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Using the jit.scanwrap object

The jit.scanwrap object can be used to emulate H-Sync and V-Sync offsets like those you might have seen on old CRT televisions or to create tiled grids of incoming matrices.

jit.scanwrap Tutorials

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jit.scanwrap Tips and Workarounds

  • While jit.scanwrap can be great for skewing a video to create wonky effects, I also often use it when I want to make the matrixoutput of a jit.gl.model a little more flexible by converting it from a one to a two dimensional matrix.
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  • I also love what happens when you start applying the jit.scanwrap set to @mode 2 to geometry instead of visual input.
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