Investigations into Perlin noise.
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Perlin Noise

Experiments and investigations in understanding Perlin noise. Written in Python 3.3.

$ python3 noise.py

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Following Ken Perlin's algorithm and c implementation, as well as the Perlin noise math FAQ by Matt Zucker, the first step is to generate a one-dimensional perlin noise function (or an approximation thereof).