I would like to make a light cone projection from hydrodynamic, not cosmological, data set.
What I mean by **light cone projection** is: Given the coordinate of camera in simulation box and opening angle of the light cone, we can project 3D gas distribution onto a 2D plane. I found there is a similar API in the yt manual can do this, but it is for cosmological analysis not for hydrodynamics.
Does anyone has suggestions? Thanks.
Sorry for the delayed reply. I wonder if a volume rendering will work for what you're trying to do: https://yt-project.org/docs/dev/visualizing/volume_rendering.html
I hope someone will correct me if I'm wrong, but my understanding is that volume renders do work in the way you describe, i.e. with an opening angle.
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