Py5Shape.emissive()

Sets the emissive color of a Py5Shape object’s material.

Examples

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def create_strip(use_emissive):
    s = py5.create_shape()
    s.begin_shape(py5.TRIANGLE_STRIP)
    if use_emissive:
        s.emissive(0, 50, 100)
    s.vertex(10, 40, -25)
    s.vertex(20, 0, -10)
    s.vertex(30, 40, 0)
    s.vertex(40, 0, 5)
    s.vertex(50, 40, 0)
    s.vertex(60, 0, -10)
    s.vertex(70, 40, -25)
    s.end_shape()
    return s


def setup():
    py5.size(100, 100, py5.P3D)
    py5.background(0)
    py5.directional_light(200, 200, 200, .5, 0, -1)
    py5.shape(create_strip(False), 0, 5)
    py5.shape(create_strip(True), 0, 50)

Description

Sets the emissive color of a Py5Shape object’s material. Use in combination with Py5Shape.ambient(), Py5Shape.specular(), and Py5Shape.shininess() to set the material properties of a Py5Shape object.

This method can only be used within a Py5Shape.begin_shape() and Py5Shape.end_shape() pair. The emissive color setting will be applied to vertices added after the call to this method.

Underlying Java method: PShape.emissive

Syntax

emissive(gray: float, /) -> None
emissive(rgb: int, /) -> None
emissive(x: float, y: float, z: float, /) -> None

Parameters

  • gray: float - value between black and white, by default 0 to 255

  • rgb: int - color to set

  • x: float - red or hue value (depending on current color mode)

  • y: float - green or saturation value (depending on current color mode)

  • z: float - blue or brightness value (depending on current color mode)

Updated on September 11, 2021 16:51:34pm UTC