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Old 16th June 2013, 21:50   #1
z33m
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Superscope: 'v' variable in frame code

Hi,

Im trying to figure out how some of the superscope codes work. Im checking
"Marco - science of superscope" preset from classic winamp presets list.

here is the code:

code:
init: n=800
frame: t=t-v*0.5
beat: t=t+0.3;n=100+rand(900);
point: d=D/n;r=(i-(t*3));
x=(atan(r+d-t)*cos(r+d-t+i));
y=((i+cos(d+v*1.2))-1.5)*1.7;
z=-(cos(t+i)+log(v)*cos(r*3))*3;
red=cos(r)+1;
blue=sin(r);
green=sin(i)/2



Here,
  1. what does the value of variable 'v' hold inside the frame section? I know it holds the spectrum data at point 'i' inside the point section, but what does it mean in the frame section?
  2. what is the variable 'D'?
  3. does the z variable actually do anything?
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