Frequency-Filtered Random Noise

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This Demonstration shows plots of random noise filtered with Fourier transforms on a ball for points with a parameter . The resulting function can be considered as a 3D texture. You can choose different 3D visualization functions.

Contributed by: Enrique Zeleny (September 2016)
Based on a program by: Paul Nylander
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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Code was based on the contents of [1].

Reference

[1] P. Nylander. "Fractals." (Sep 7, 2016) bugman123.com/Fractals/index.html.



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