Re: lighten plots

• To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
• Subject: [mg5607] Re: [mg5579] lighten plots
• From: b5hafa at rz.uni-jena.de (Fabian Haas)
• Date: Fri, 27 Dec 1996 23:43:38 -0500
• Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

```>Dear Mathgroupies:
>The following code creates a matrix of plots representing a vibrating
>square membrane. The numerical output is great, but I need to lighten up
>the plots for print. I tried different schemes, but after a few hours, I
>got nowhere near where I wanted to be. If I changed the ViewPoint option,
>I could lighten the plot, but not display the plots as needed. Any help
>would be appreciated.
>
> For[k =3D 0, k < 5, k++ ,
>        {Share[],
>        t =3D k Pi/4,
>        m =3D Table[
>                  Table[ Sin[2 x] Sin[2 y] Cos[t],
>                       {y,0,Pi,Pi/50}]
>             {x,0,Pi,Pi/50}],
>        ListPlot3D[m, PlotRange -> {-1,1},
>                Boxed -> False,
>                ColorOutput -> GrayLevel,
>                AspectRatio -> 1.5,
>                ViewPoint -> {2.787, 1.067, 1.595}]}
>]              =20
>
>Yours truly,
>Jeff Copes

Hi Jeff,
Lightstuff is not quite easy with Mma. Play around with=20

Lighting->True,
LightSources -> {{{1., 0., 1.}, RGBColor[1, 0, 0]},=20
{{1., 1., 1.}, RGBColor[0, 1, 0]},=20
{{0., 1., 1.}, RGBColor[0, 0, 1]}},

and

Lighting->False
AmbientLight->GrayLevel[0.0],
=20
and check for details of the commands in the Handbook. However you can=
greatly influence the brightness of your image: setting all RGBColors to=
[0,0,0] will result in a completely black image.

Cheers and Happy New Year

=46abian

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