class visbrain.objects.SceneObj(bgcolor='black', camera_state={}, verbose=None, **kwargs)[source][source]

Create a scene and add objects to it.

bgcolor : string | ‘black’

Background color of the scene.

show : bool | True

Display the canvas.

camera_state : dict | {}

The default camera state to use.

verbose : string

Verbosity level.


__init__([bgcolor, camera_state, verbose]) Init.
add_to_subplot(obj[, row, col, row_span, …]) Add object to subplot.
link(*args) Link the camera of several objects of the scene.
preview() Previsualize the result.
screenshot(saveas[, print_size, dpi, unit, …]) Take a screeshot of the scene.
add_to_subplot(obj, row=0, col=0, row_span=1, col_span=1, title=None, title_size=12.0, title_color='white', title_bold=True, use_this_cam=False, rotate=None, camera_state={}, width_max=None, height_max=None)[source][source]

Add object to subplot.

obj : visbrain.object

The visbrain object to add.

row : int | 0

Row location for the object.

col : int | 0

Columns location for the object.

row_span : int | 1

Number of rows to use.

col_span : int | 1

Number of columns to use.

title : string | None

Subplot title.

title_size : float | 12.

Title font size.

title_color : string/tuple/array_like | ‘white’

Color of the title.

title_bold : bool | True

Use bold title.

use_this_cam : bool | False

If you add multiple objects to the same scene and if you want to use the camera of an object as the reference, turn this parameter to True.

rotate : string | None

Rotate the scene. Use ‘top’, ‘bottom’, ‘left’, ‘right’, ‘front’ or ‘back’. Only available for 3-D objects.

camera_state : dict | {}

Arguments to pass to the camera.

width_max : float | None

Maximum width of the subplot.

height_max : float | None

Maximum height of the subplot.

Link the camera of several objects of the scene.

args : list

List of tuple describing subplot locations. Alternatively, use -1 to link all cameras.


>>> # Link cameras of subplots (0, 0), (0, 1) and (1, 0)
>>>, 0), (0, 1), (1, 0))

Previsualize the result.

screenshot(saveas, print_size=None, dpi=300.0, unit='centimeter', factor=None, region=None, autocrop=False, bgcolor=None, transparent=False, line_width=1.0)[source][source]

Take a screeshot of the scene.

By default, the rendered canvas will have the size of your screen. The screenshot() method provides two ways to increase to exported image resolution :

  • Using print_size, unit and dpi inputs : specify the size of the image at a specific dpi level. For example, you might want to have an (10cm, 15cm) image at 300 dpi.
  • Using the factor input : multiply the default image size by this factor. For example, if you have a (1920, 1080) monitor and if factor is 2, the exported image should have a shape of (3840, 2160) pixels.
saveas : str

The name of the file to be saved. This file must contains a extension like .png, .tiff, .jpg…

print_size : tuple | None

The desired print size. This argument should be used in association with the dpi and unit inputs. print_size describe should be a tuple of two floats describing (width, height) of the exported image for a specific dpi level. The final image might not have the exact desired size but will try instead to find a compromize regarding to the proportion of width/height of the original image.

dpi : float | 300.

Dots per inch for printing the image.

unit : {‘centimeter’, ‘millimeter’, ‘pixel’, ‘inch’}

Unit of the printed size.

factor : float | None

If you don’t want to use the print_size input, factor simply multiply the resolution of your screen.

region : tuple | None

Select a specific region. Must be a tuple of four integers each one describing (x_start, y_start, width, height).

autocrop : bool | False

Automaticaly crop the figure in order to have the smallest space between the brain and the border of the picture.

bgcolor : array_like/string | None

The background color of the image.

transparent : bool | False

Specify if the exported figure have to contains a transparent background.