Warping by Vectors#
This example applies the
warp_by_vector filter to a sphere mesh that has
3D displacement vectors defined at each node.
We first compare the unwarped sphere to the warped sphere.
import pyvista as pv from pyvista import examples sphere = examples.load_sphere_vectors() warped = sphere.warp_by_vector() p = pv.Plotter(shape=(1, 2)) p.subplot(0, 0) p.add_text("Before warp") p.add_mesh(sphere, color='white') p.subplot(0, 1) p.add_text("After warp") p.add_mesh(warped, color='white') p.show()
We then use several values for the scale factor applied to the warp operation. Applying a warping factor that is too high can often lead to unrealistic results.
Total running time of the script: ( 0 minutes 0.622 seconds)