Instance Property

seed

The value that determines the specific configuration of noise produced by the noise source.

Declaration

@property(nonatomic) int32_t seed;

Discussion

Like the seed value of a random source, a noise source’s seed value determines the pseudorandom aspect of noise generated by the noise source. Changing the seed value produces different overall structure to the generated noise, while changing other parameters produces variation upon that structure.

See Also

Managing Noise Generation Parameters

frequency

A value that determines the size and spacing of features in generated noise.

octaveCount

The number of octaves of the underlying noise function to use for generating noise.

lacunarity

The rate at which successive octaves of the noise function increase in frequency.