instantreality 1.0

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Renders the volume using the Gooch shading model of two-toned warm/cool colouring. Two colours are defined, a warm colour and a cool colour and the renderer shades between them based on the orientation of the voxel relative to the user. This is not the same as the basic ISO surface shading and lighting.



XML encoding
<ToneMappedVolumeStyle coolColor='0 0 1'
warmColor='1 1 0'
Classic encoding
ToneMappedVolumeStyle {
	coolColor 0 0 1
	warmColor 1 1 0
	enabled TRUE
	logFeature [""]


Filter: X3D only | Avalon only | All
id Name DataType PartType Default ValueType Description
SFColor coolColor SFColor inputOutput 0 0 1 The coolColor is used for surfaces facing away from the light direction.
SFColor warmColor SFColor inputOutput 1 1 0 The warmColor field is used for surfaces facing towards the light.
SFNode surfaceNormals SFNode inputOutput NULL [Texture] The surfaceNormals field is used to provide pre-calculated surface normal information for each voxel. If provided, this shall be used for all lighting calculations. If not provided, the implementation shall automatically generate surface normals using an implementation-specific method. If a value is provided, it shall be exactly the same voxel dimensions as the base volume data that it represents. If the dimension are not identical then the browser shall generate a warning and automatically generate its own internal normals as though no value was provided for this field.
SFBool enabled SFBool inputOutput TRUE The enabled field defines whether this rendering style should be currently applied to the volume data. If the field is set to FALSE, then the rendering shall not be applied at all. The render shall act as though no volume data is rendered when set to FALSE. Effectively, this allows the end user to turn on and off volume rendering of specific parts of the volume without needing to add or remove style definitions from the volume data node.
MFString logFeature MFString inputOutput state, child, parent, route, eventIn, eventOut controls the logging of changes, state: log state changes (e.g. live), child: log child add/remove, parent: log parent add/remove, route: log route add/remove; eventIn: log receiving of events, eventOut: log sending of events: guiView, runtime system should create node-view, guiEdit: runtime system should create node-editeverything: log everything
SFNode metadata SFNode inputOutput MetadataObject container for payload metadata inside MetadataSet element