Binary Pattern (Image generation)
Binary pattern is an image produced by a formula that includes binary operations and results in a
32bit integernumber. These patterns are closely tied to the 32bit RGBcolor system. These patterns may be used with any integernumbers.
The most simple pattern is
x or y, result of which will be pixel color (in
RGB), where x and y represent coordinates of image pixelwe search.
x or yoperation where x and y are
32bitnumbers is per-bit or. For example, if we have 108 (1101100) and 226 (11100010) then
108 or 226is 238 (11101110). This pattern is not restricted only to 2D, and can be extended into higher dimensions such as 3D.
*Color generation - possibility to create dozens of new colors, which wont be close to any of basic colors, such as Red, Green, Blue, etc.
*Desktop backgrounds - using several filters its possible to archieve nice pattens, which may be tiled on desktop screen
*Texture generation - different formulas may provide images suitable for procedural image generation, for example creating carpets or walls
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