<mtl> = type of material, defaults to 89, glowstone
<type> = type of transformation, where
1 = adding the points (default for Sierpinski)
2 = subtract old point from new
3 = subtract new point from old (#2 but backwards & upside down)
4 = multiply the points (I haven't gotten anything useful from this yet...)
5 = divide the points (I haven't gotten anything useful from this yet either...)
<divisor> = divide the results from the action above by this amount; defaults to '2'
Together, the <type> and <divisor> make up a simple mathematical transform.
An "add" (type of 1) and a "divide by 2" (divisor of 2) can be used to create Sierpinski gaskets & pyramids.
<endpts> = number of target points used by the algorithm
3 = use 3 points to make a triangle
4 = use 4 points to make a tetrahedron (or as close as MC gets...)
5-8 = the other points marking the vertices of a cube
<length> = how big is it... the length of the sides of a cube used in the algorithm
Multiples of 4 work best for the Sierpinski shapes
<npoints> = how many iterations to run; the more points, the more accurate your picture
If no arguments are passed, the script defaults to making a simple Sierpinski gasket
*** IT IS VERY EASY TO SCREW UP YOUR MC WORLD WITH THIS SCRIPT!!!!
*** USE CARE!!! EXPERIMENT SOMEWHERE SAFE FIRST!!!
*** I AM STILL EXPERIMENTING WITH THIS MYSELF!!!
Many thanks and kudos to inHaze for his coil scripts.
Also thanks to "MyCatVerbs" on YouTube for his square_tower.js script.
I learned a lot from those two scripts.
Also many thanks to sk89q for the brilliant work on WorldEdit.
Yes, I didn't really explain this above. This is a WE script that makes cool big fractal shapes within Minecraft. You can learn a bit about the chaos game fooling around with it and reading the code. Like anything else in MC - just a fun project to build & appreciate.
I am working on a city generator with street network and houses with differwnt house heights and street lights and trees but im kinda stuck would be cool if you have smthng like this or would build one with me :smile.gif:
Pls pm me if you are interested or add me on skype robert-schuh or msn rv(dot)schuh(at)hotmail(dot)de