RadialGradientImage

RadialGradientImage[gcol]
returns an image with values radially changing from center to corners based on gradient color gcol.

RadialGradientImage[{pos1,pos2}gcol]
returns an image where the gradient starts at and ends at .

RadialGradientImage[,size]
returns a radial gradient image of the specified size.

Details and OptionsDetails and Options

  • RadialGradientImage constructs and returns a 2D or 3D image with constant radial gradient, with a center and radius specified with the input positions.
  • Color scheme specification gcol can be any of the following:
  • {col1,col2,}blend of multiple color directives
    "name"ColorData["name"]
    ffunction f that returns a color based on a scalar distance
  • The argument passed to the function f is by default the normalized distance between a pixel and .
  • Position specification can be any of the following:
  • {x,y} or {x,y,z}absolute pixel position
    Left,Right axis in 2D and 3D
    Bottom,Top axis in 2D, axis in 3D
    Front,Back axis in 3D
    Centercenter alignment
    {posx,}a list of named positions
  • Positions that are not constrained are taken to be centered.
  • By default, positions are assumed to be in the standard image coordinate system.
  • The default size is for 2D images and for 3D images.
  • RadialGradientImage[] is equivalent to RadialGradientImage[{Black,White}].
  • LinearGradientImage accepts the following options:
  • ColorFunctionAutomatichow each pixel should be colored
    ColorFunctionScalingTruewhether to scale the argument to ColorFunction
    DataRangeFullrange of coordinates in the original image
    Padding"Fixed"padding scheme
  • Possible settings for DataRange include:
  • Automatic in 2D, in 3D
    Full in 2D, in 3D (default)
    {{left,right},{bottom,top}}explicit coordinate ranges in 2D
    {{left,right},{front,back},{bottom,top}}explicit coordinate ranges in 3D

ExamplesExamplesopen allclose all

Basic Examples  (3)Basic Examples  (3)

Create a grayscale radial gradient image:

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Radial blend of colors from center to corners:

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Radial gradient image centered at the bottom-left corner:

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Introduced in 2014
(10.0)