Solid Wood Texture

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Procedural textures are images generated by an algorithm used in computer graphics of natural elements such as wood, metal, stone, and so on. This Demonstration plots different 3D models with a solid wood texture based on Peachey's method.

Contributed by: Frederick Wu (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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D. R. Peachey, "Solid Texturing of Complex Surfaces," Computer Graphics, 19(3), 1985 pp. 279–286.



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