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Re: Default Lighting Colors and Positions

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  • Subject: [mg98117] Re: [mg98098] Default Lighting Colors and Positions
  • From: Chris Hill <chill at wolfram.com>
  • Date: Tue, 31 Mar 2009 04:14:16 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <200903300942.EAA08018@smc.vnet.net>

At 04:42 AM 3/30/2009, David Park wrote:
>Does anyone know how to find out the default lighting colors and positions?

There isn't a way to extract this information with a Mathematica 
command, but I can give you the effective value as of version 6 and later.

Lighting->Automatic for Graphics3D is

Lighting->{
{"Ambient",RGBColor[{0.312,0.188,0.4}]},
{"Directional",RGBColor[{0.8,0.,0.}],ImageScaled[{2,0,2}]},
{"Directional",RGBColor[{0.,0.8,0.}],ImageScaled[{2,2,2}]},
{"Directional",RGBColor[{0.,0.,0.8}],ImageScaled[{0,2,2}]}
}

Lighting->"Neutral" for Graphics3D is

Lighting->{
{"Ambient",RGBColor[{.35,.35,.35}]},
{"Directional",RGBColor[{.37,.37,.37}],ImageScaled[{2,0,2}]},
{"Directional",RGBColor[{.37,.37,.37}],ImageScaled[{2,2,2}]},
{"Directional",RGBColor[{.37,.37,.37}],ImageScaled[{0,2,2}]}
}

Chris Hill
Wolfram Research 



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