[Bf-funboard] texture as noise for ipo-curve
public at konrad-haenel.de
Fri Nov 19 16:37:30 CET 2004
An even better whing would be an easy-to-use interface to input
mathematical functions into IPOs. I gueass it can already be done with
Python but like so often I wish it was more neatly integrated into the
Mag. Karl Kühberger wrote:
> good idea, thanks!
> another interesting thing would be a randomize-function for IPO-Curves.
> Am 19.11.2004 um 16:07 schrieb Konrad Haenel:
>> a) coupling textures and IPO-curves could be very interesting, I
>> wonder if it's already possible but I don't think so.
>> b) I had a similar task at hand and did it like this: I created an
>> IPO curve by recording my mouse-movement. Then I chose continous
>> extrapolation and smoothed out the end and beginning of the original
>> curve. This gives a very natural wiggly movement (after some scaling
>> of the curve).
>> Mag. Karl Kühberger wrote:
>>> Would it be possible to use a texture to change a ipo-curve
>>> (similar to the noise function in editing mode)?
>>> Or is there already a function like this in Blender, which I don't
>>> This function would be very nice to get more "natural" movements
>>> of objects, or to simulate a "subjective" camera in animations, and of
>>> course for experimental work.
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