by Koil
Signal is a coherent noise generator. [More]
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Version 5
Date added: Dec 21 2013
Last updated: Dec 27 2013
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Koil: (Dec 27 2013, 8:43 am)
Another quick update (version 4) adds a FastPlasma generator (/Noise/Generator/Fractal/FastPlasma). If the DLL is not in use, this does the same thing as the regular Plasma fractal generator. If the DLL is in use, this will produce a plasma fractal roughly 5 times faster than the regular Plasma object. You cannot, however, change the source of the fractal (it will always use simplex noise).
Koil: (Dec 27 2013, 8:22 am)
This latest update (version 3) fixes issues where the DLL would fail to load on non-Windows 8 machines. It should, anyway.
Koil: (Dec 23 2013, 5:16 pm)
While Signal is ready to use, the documentation (on GitHub) isn't entirely complete. If you have a good understanding of noise already, you should probably be able to pick up how the library works from what information is on GitHub. I am working on improving the documentation so the library is easier to understand for those who have never used noise and don't quite know what it is good for.