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About spherical harmonic!!!

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hello,i'm studing the theroy about spherical harmonic, referenced <An Efficient Representation for Irradiance Environment Maps>,but I have a problem about it. the Spherical harmonics coefficients how to convert x,y,z.oh,my english is poor, mail:kniter_hu@hotmail.com QQ:30031144 thanks.

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I'm sorry but I think you'd better leave a MSN or ICQ account. The foreign people outside China rarely use QQ. It's just my advice.

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thanks for your advice,my msn:kniter_hu@hotmail.com
can you give me some advice about spherical harmonic for
graphics?i don't know how to diposed imaginary number in
graphics when i writed program!

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You don't need to use imaginary numbers. The basis functions you want to be using are the real spherical harmonics, not their imaginary counterparts. This is a great place to start, although if you are struggling with english it may be a problem! Sorry I can't help you any more than that, hopefully you will find it of use.

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haha,i understand it finally!!! if imaginary numbers,the serial numbers is imaginary numbers.

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