Perlin noise

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English[edit]

Two-dimensional slice through 3D Perlin noise.

Etymology[edit]

After its developer Ken Perlin.

Noun[edit]

Perlin noise (uncountable)

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  1. (computer graphics) Random-looking visual noise generated by a function, widely used in computer graphics to simulate effects such as fire and clouds.