The Twister plugin draws a constantly changing swirling tube of 3d shapes. This plugin looks great when combined with radial blur, or other kinds of feedback effects, since it can be set to just draw on top of whatever is already on the display.
The Twister plugin has a number of control values which alter the overall look.
Enabling this setting causes Twister to choose new random initial values for everything when you hit the note. Leaving this off means it will simply pick up where it left off.
The Utah Teapot is a staple of computer graphics. Turning this off will exclude the teapot from the list of geometry objects Twister uses.
Twister uses smooth, but dull shading by default. Setting this flag will make shiny highlights appear on smooth objects.
Enabling this parameter makes Twister pulse to the beat of an incoming audio feed.
Setting this means that Twister objects will always draw in front of other things on the display. Leaving it off means that Twister will not draw pixels to portions of the display that other 3D objects have drawn pixels into if those pixels are closer to you than the Twister objects.
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