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rhino:imagemaps [2015/09/14]
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rhino:imagemaps [2016/03/16] (current)
sandy
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 +======Environment Maps======
  
-Post a small example of your material or environment ​map image below (100 x 100 pixel image) and provide a link to the uploaded file+>A place to share your custom materials, ​environment ​maps, etc. with others
  
-> **Important:​** //Please give your uploaded file unique name, if you upload a file with a with the same name as an existing file, it overwrites without asking. ​ So if you name your file map.zip, it's likely ​to either get overwritten or overwrite someone else'​s ​file...//+Post small example of your material or environment ​map image below (100 x 100 pixel image) and provide a link to the uploaded ​file.
  
-===== To create an Environment Map for Rhino:=====+**Important:** //Please give your uploaded file a unique name. If you upload a file with the same name as an existing file, it overwrites without asking. ​ So if you name your file map.zip, it's likely to either get overwritten or overwrite someone else's file...//
  
-Choose the image for your e-map and load it into an image editor like Photoshop. ​ Crop it square. In PS there is a distortion filter called "​spherize",​ other programs will have something similar. ​ Spherize the image (in PS at 100%). ​ Optionally, use the ellipse selection tool with Shift and select corner to corner to create a circle corresponding with the sphere; invert the selection and delete the corners outside the sphere image. Use Save for Web and save the image at 256 x 256 pixels, in PNG or JPG format. ​ Place it in your e-map folder (your path may be different):+===== To create an environment ​map for Rhino=====
  
-C:\Program Files\[[rhino:​rhinoceros|RhinoCeros]] ​4.0(or 3.0 or 4.0 beta)\English\Environment Maps+Choose the image for your e-map and load it into an image editor like Photoshop. ​ Crop it square. In Photoshop there is a distortion filter called **spherize**. Other programs will have something similar. ​ Spherize the image (in Photoshop at 100%). ​ Optionally, use the ellipse selection tool with Shift and select corner to corner to create a circle corresponding with the sphere. Invert the selection and delete the corners outside the sphere image. Use **Save for Web** and save the image at 256 x 256 pixels, in PNG or JPG format. ​ Place it in your e-map folder (your path may be different):​ 
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 +C:\Program Files\[[Rhinoceros ​4.0 (or 3.0 or 4.0 beta)\English\Environment Maps
  
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rhino/imagemaps.txt · Last modified: 2016/03/16 by sandy