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Infectious One
15th October 2001, 05:06
I thought starting a thread of equations for use in diff AVS components would be handy for inspiration, the math inept, and such

ANYONE USING EQUATIONS FOUND IN THIS THREAD, PLEASE GIVE CREDIT TO WHOEVER POSTED IT, MUCH APPRECIATED.

Try using this in a super scope, its a fractal equation
INT: n=800
FRAME: t=t-0.05
PER POINT: d=(3*i)+rt; r=t+id; x=cos(r)*d; y=sin(r)*d

its wild because the scope will draw out a fractal as it goes, you can see it in action in my avs pack, Infectious AVS v1.0 (still awaiting review) the preset is called: Fractal Inspired 3

Scarface2k1
15th October 2001, 21:14
d=(3*i)+sin(r+t)+v; r=t+i+d; x=cos(r)*d; y=sin(r)*d

the 'tr' doesnt do anything sense its a empty variable and its not r*t
and so is 'id'

meaning: rt != r*t & id != i*d

Infectious One
15th October 2001, 22:10
that makes a nice effect, but it doesnt draw the fractal that way, anywho your's looks cool, reminds me of curves and colors screen saver for windows:) thnx for the rt !=r*t schtuff too, most helpfull

Infectious One
15th October 2001, 23:00
this has the same effect as my first equation, only the line curves:

d=(3*i)+rt; r=t+i*d; x=cos(r)*d; y=sin(r)*d
only difference is i use i*d in the r= instead of id

however this will lock up avs on me
d=(3*i)+r*t; r=t+i*d; x=cos(r)*d; y=sin(r)*d
putting ^ that astriks is what causes it, why?? it will not work as r and r*t crashes, but rt works if r is not the product of r and t then what is the variable rt??

anywho enough about mine, anyone else got some nifty schtuff?

Scarface2k1
15th October 2001, 23:44
well rt and id are basically variables that are 0 not anything

Infectious One
16th October 2001, 00:26
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