From the collection of light patterns available in the
1.X.X release I selected a few to show how complexity, symmetry
and beauty are interrelated. The definitions of the patterns are
available through the Pattern Manager of the application.
More images are available at the
The definition of the ornament pattern consists of two points
lying on diagonal and a horizontal symmetry axis which are the boundary
conditions and 15 grid cells and gradient estimations for the intermediate
reflection points. The algorithm implemented in the FroZenLight application
then calculates the position of the light source based on this definition.
Twinkling Diamond Cross
The boundary conditions for the Twinkling Diamond Cross are given
by a point that lies exactly on a diagonal symmetry axis and an
exactly horizontal line. 5 grid cells and gradient estimations for
the reflection points between the boundary conditions complete
the definition of this light pattern.
Last edited: 30.06.2014