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Open GL floating-point data visualization


Use jit.gl.graph to render one-dimensional floating point data as a three-dimensional shape.

Information for Jitter 3D Object (OB3D) messages and attributes to this object


Name Type g/s Description
circpoints int The number of circumference points to render for each cylidrical slice. For example, a value of 1 will render a line, a value of 2 will render a planar area, a value of 3 will render the geometry using triangular prisms, etc.
radial int Toggles radial mode enable/disable. When enabled, the incoming data is visualized about the circumference of a circle.
radialphase float Sets a phase offset when radial mode is enabled.
radialradius float Sets the radius when radial mode is enabled

Information for box attributes common to all objects


See Also

Name Description
jit.buffer~ A matrix-friendly MSP buffer~
jit.catch~ Transforms signal data into matrices
jit.gl.gridshape Generate simple geometric shapes as a connected grid
jit.gl.handle Use mouse movement to control position/rotation
jit.gl.isosurf Generates a GL based surface extraction
jit.gl.mesh Generates GL geometry from existing data
jit.gl.model Read and draw Wavefront .obj models
jit.gl.nurbs Generate NURBS surface
jit.gl.plato Generate platonic solids
jit.gl.render Render Open GL
jit.gl.shader Manages a GL shader
jit.gl.sketch GL parallel to lcd
jit.gl.slab Performs a GL accelerated grid-based evaluation
jit.gl.text2d Write bitmap text
jit.gl.text3d Write vector text
jit.gl.texture Manages a GL texture
jit.gl.videoplane GL accelerated video plane
jit.gl.volume Creates a GL accelerated volume vizualization
jit.graph Floating-point data visualization
jit.plot (x,y) plotting of a two-plane matrix