In this tutorial, the idea is to verify if render software properly simulate colour mixing. For that, we will use, when possible, IES files in order to mimic as much as possible real phenomena. It extends and refreshes the previous tutorial on the same topic: http://www.keris-studio.fr/blog/?p=5475
Colour mixing refers to Grassmann’s laws (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grassmann%27s_laws_(color_science)). In colorimetry, Grassmann’s laws govern the superposition of colours. They serve as the foundation for all colorimetric calculations. Hermann Grassmann’s 19th-century studies of human colour perception led him to formulate three laws in his 1853 article « On the Theory of Colour Mixing. » (Grassmann, H. (1853). « Zur Theorie der Farbenmischung »). Continuer la lecture de Light Simulation RGB additive with IES
This is a quick set up to understand how to orient solar panels for maximum efficiency using Galapagos’ generative capacities.
Continuer la lecture de Grasshopper LadyBug, solar panels
Spatial offers several possibilities for High end real time online rendering. Let’s see how to prepare our 3D files to get the best of it. As it is trans software, we will use at least 4 of them in parallel to get the same results. Let’s remember, it’s not the software but the workflow that is taken into account.
We will start from this tutorial on the Spatial web page that helped us to start. https://support.spatial.io/hc/en-us/articles/4418819002004
Basic geometry to start.
Let’s set up a basic scene for our tests : a wall, a floor, a cube, sphere, and Nefertiti (why not) downloaded here : https://www.openculture.com/2019/11/download-stunning-3d-scans-of-the-bust-of-nefertiti.html
Continuer la lecture de Spatial.Io Texture settings