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Make a Flower - Interactive 3D Graphics

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    Before we start, this is important. Save your code away for this exercise.
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    You'll use it as the basis for the next exercise. We don't start the next
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    exercise with the solution for this one. At this point, you should be using a
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    text editor for these exercises. I like Notepad ++. Others like SublimeText, and
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    there's plenty of others out there. By saving code snippets around, you can look
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    these over in future exercises and see what you did. In this exercise you'll
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    make a flower, you'll start with this a stem and stamen of a flower with the
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    single petal part, a comb sort of stuck in the stem. I start you off with this
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    cone which is a child of the petal which is a child of the flower as a whole.
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    Your job is to make 24 instances of this petal and form a flower. You'll need to
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    use rotational [unknown] angles applied in the proper order. And translations.
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    And you'll need to apply these to the cone object and to the petal object which
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    is its parent. Note that all the tips of the cones meet in the middle of the
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    sphere, the stamen.
Title:
Make a Flower - Interactive 3D Graphics
Video Language:
English
Team:
Udacity
Project:
CS291 - Intro to 3D Computer Graphics
Duration:
0:50
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