connect a jit.cellblock with a jit.matrix to display an image?


    Aug 04 2006 | 10:04 pm
    hi,
    i fill a cellblock using a wacom tablet... can i dispay the matrix with jit.matrix/ jit.pwindow?
    thanks a lot!
    philippe

    • Aug 04 2006 | 10:21 pm
      See the jit.convolve help patch. It shows how to do it.
      wes
      On 8/4/06, phygloo wrote:
      >
      > hi,
      > i fill a cellblock using a wacom tablet... can i dispay the matrix with jit.matrix/ jit.pwindow?
      > thanks a lot!
      > philippe
      >
    • Aug 04 2006 | 10:45 pm
      sorry, perhaps i'm too tired but in convolve help, it shows how to visualize a matrix in a cellblock. what i need to do is connect a cellblock to a matrix and visualize in a pwindow...
      phy
    • Aug 05 2006 | 2:50 am
      I would say, just off the cuff, that you ought to be able to use the dump command from jit.cellblock (which sends out of the last outlet lists something like "dumpout 0 0 255" for every cell), reformat the lists appropriately ("setcell 0 0 val 255"), and message them into the jit.matrix.
      Although I haven't tried it, it looks as if the jit.fill object might be a useful intermediate step in the process.
    • Aug 06 2006 | 9:32 pm
      Thanks all for your answers.. i tryied it, it works fine ;)
      but today i made an other patch to fill directly a jit.matrix without cellblock and it's a better solution!