Re: Using jit.gen as a processing-like tool ?


Julien Bayle

I tested and I'm okay with jit.gen + jit.gl.gridshape + jit.gl.multiple
Indeed, it seems very efficient.

I didn't have notice something with multiple.
Here, I'm using a gridshape circle named and “multiplied” by jit.gl.multiple
But the first original instance indeed isn't considered. I guess I could also process its coordinates etc but did I miss something else smarter here ?

I need to keep the whole stuff into my window in 2D now.
checking that…

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Oct 4, 2012 at 11:09am #233085