I chatted a bit on IRC with the reporter.  We iterated a bit and ended up producing this gif, which shows pretty clear artifacts:

http://imgur.com/L3Rp6Bj

On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 11:10 PM, Anonymous <issues-reply@bitbucket.org> wrote:
New issue 977: 3D Rotation Images Come Out Artifacted
https://bitbucket.org/yt_analysis/yt/issue/977/3d-rotation-images-come-out-artifacted

Anonymous:

When I try to take images about a rotation the resulting images are very odd (see attachments). It may be that my code is improper, but it seems to be executing correctly (images are being produced about a rotation). I've tried it on the IsolatedGalaxy dataset and the same result occurs. I couldn't find any good info on taking images about a rotation besides the tiny enumerate(rotation()) script on the rotation() method page, so it could be that I'm doing it wrong.

I've attached my code and some of the images.


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