Difference between revisions of "Border alignment artifact"

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u1=dynamo_rot(rand(64,64,64),[45,45,45]); % rotates creating a spherical halo
 
u1=dynamo_rot(rand(64,64,64),[45,45,45]); % rotates creating a spherical halo
 
u2=dpkgeom.rotation.sharpRot(rand(64,64,64),[45,45,45]); % rotates creating an edge
 
u2=dpkgeom.rotation.sharpRot(rand(64,64,64),[45,45,45]); % rotates creating an edge
 
 
figure;
 
figure;
 
subplot(1,2,1);dslices(u1);subplot(1,2,2);dslices(u2);
 
subplot(1,2,1);dslices(u1);subplot(1,2,2);dslices(u2);
 
</code>
 
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Revision as of 14:35, 15 April 2016

When rotating a cube, the cube representing the rotated particle will have some areas where there is no information.

See the effect here: u1=dynamo_rot(rand(64,64,64),[45,45,45]); % rotates creating a spherical halo u2=dpkgeom.rotation.sharpRot(rand(64,64,64),[45,45,45]); % rotates creating an edge figure; subplot(1,2,1);dslices(u1);subplot(1,2,2);dslices(u2);