Perlin noise is a algorithmic (computer-generated) effect developed by Ken Perlin, often used for simulating elements in nature and for procedural terrain generation, especially in situations with low levels of memory. It is also pseudo-random, and can be in any number of dimensions. An improved ...

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Non-smooth noise with optimal performance?

Any suggestions on how to get more 'jagged' results like linear interpolation gives with value noise using a faster algorithm concept like simplex noise? Simplex noise I haven't spent enough time ...