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[JAVA2D] blur fireworks FX

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Anonymous

anyone know how this blury effect could be achieved??

http://www1.jawink.ne.jp/koji-y/trash/t012/java.htm

http://www1.jawink.ne.jp/koji-y/trash/t015/java.htm

thanx

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Vicky Budhiraja

Flavius Alecu wrote:

> anyone know how this blury effect could be achieved??
>
> http://www1.jawink.ne.jp/koji-y/trash/t012/java.htm
>
> http://www1.jawink.ne.jp/koji-y/trash/t015/java.htm
>
> thanx
>
Nice particles, Seems like sprite color blending to me.

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Vicky Budhiraja
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Jim

It looks like a fire particle system with gravity. The blurry effect is
acheived by decreasing the intensity of the color as the particle moves
away from the fire source.

Flavius Alecu wrote:

>
>> anyone know how this blury effect could be achieved??
>>
>> http://www1.jawink.ne.jp/koji-y/trash/t012/java.htm
>>
>> http://www1.jawink.ne.jp/koji-y/trash/t015/java.htm
>>
>> thanx
>>

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