Random Natural 3D tree
This Demonstration shows a randomly generated three-dimensional tree.
You can vary the number of iterations, the thickness of branches, and the randomness of their orientation and length, and you can add leaves and textures.
THINGS TO TRY
Rotate and Zoom in 3D
iterations: number of iterations
thickness: relative thickness of two successive generations of branches (child/parent)
randomness: number used to modify the length and orientation of the branches from the original shape (with randomness 0)
Textures can be used only with cones.
Random Natural 3D tree
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Published: September 13, 2011
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