# 90 lines of python code make wechat earth turn

## 1. Wechat earth

When you open wechat, you will see a famous picture of Zhang Xiaolong standing on it.

Have you ever thought about such a question, what would happen if the earth above turned?

## 3. Material preparation

Here we need to prepare three materials: 1. The material of the earth's surface; 2. The material of cloud map; 3. The material of wechat earth's matting.

## 4. Basic principles

In this article, we will focus on the implementation of double-layer texture in python, which is the key point of this article. The cloud image is a grayscale image. The white area represents the thickness of the cloud, and the black area represents the thickness of the cloud. We set different transparency according to the color.

If the selected speed of the cloud image is the same as that of the ground, it will appear unnatural. Let's make the rotation speed of the cloud half slower than that of the ground to produce the effect of relative motion.

The problem is that after 360 ° rotation of the earth, the cloud image only rotates 180 ° and has to be doubled to 720 ° to realize continuous motion.

The specific cloud transparency settings, parameters need to be adjusted according to the actual effect.

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## 6. Complete code

For the step-by-step explanation of the logic, please see the article "using python to realize the rotation of the earth". Here we paste the complete code.

```````from PIL import Image, ImageDraw
import math
import numpy as np
import imageio

def calcSphereXY2XYZ(px, py, maxHeight, longOffset):
v0x= np.array(px)
v0y= np.array(py)
v03= np.subtract(v0x, maxHeight)
v04= np.subtract(v0y, maxHeight)
v1x= np.true_divide(v03, maxHeight)
v1y= np.true_divide(v04, maxHeight)
# print(max(v1x), min(v1x))
v07= np.power(v1x,2)
v08= np.power(v1y,2)
v0a= np.subtract(1,v09)
v1z= np.power(v0a,1/2)                                  # z
# print('z:', max(v1z), min(v1z))
v1lat= np.multiply(v1y, math.pi/2)                      # lat
v0lon= np.arctan2(v1z, -v1x)
v2lon= np.fmod(v1lon, math.pi*2)                       # long
return v2lon, v1lat

def calcShpereLatLong2XY(vlon, vlat, width, height):
v3x0=np.multiply(vlon, width/2/math.pi)
v3y0=np.multiply(vlat, height/math.pi)
v3x2=v3x0.astype(np.integer)
v3y2=v3y1.astype(np.integer)
return v3x2, v3y2

def getPic(a):
# imgBack= Image.open('earth 3.jpg ')
imgBack= Image.open('Map of World Earth Day_8K_2.jpg')
imgCloud= Image.open('Global cloud map_8K.jpg')
width= imgBack.size[0]
height= imgBack.size[1]
imgBack= imgBack.convert('RGBA')
arrayBack= np.array(imgBack)
arrayCloud= np.array(imgCloud)
circleSize= 508
img2= Image.new('RGBA', (circleSize,circleSize))
img= Image.new('RGBA', (circleSize,circleSize), 'black')
w= img.size[0]
h= img.size[1]
pxList=[]
pyList=[]
for i in range(w):
for j in range(h):
r= math.sqrt((i-w/2)**2+(j-h/2)**2)
if r<circleSize/2:
pxList.append(i)
pyList.append(j)

nplon, nplat= calcSphereXY2XYZ(pxList, pyList, h/2, a)
nplon2, nplat2= calcSphereXY2XYZ(pxList, pyList, h/2, a/2)
# nplon, nplat= rotSphere(nplon, nplat, )
npx, npy= calcShpereLatLong2XY(nplon, nplat, width-1, height)
npx2, npy2= calcShpereLatLong2XY(nplon2, nplat2, width-1, height)
color= arrayBack[npy, npx]
color2= arrayCloud[npy2, npx2]
for i in range(len(pxList)):
x= pxList[i]
y= pyList[i]
cc=color[i]
# print(cc)
cc= tuple(cc)
img.putpixel((x,y), cc)
c2= color2[i]
c0= int(c2[0]*1.6)
if c0>255:
c0=255
c_alpha= int(c2[0]*0.9)
c2= (c0,c0,c0,c_alpha)
img2.putpixel((x,y), c2)
r,g,b,a= img2.split()
return img

if __name__=='__main__':
frames=[]
img1= Image.new('RGB', (750,1334))
img2= Image.open(str1)
for i in range(0, 720, 12):
a= -i*math.pi/ 180
img= getPic(a)
img1.paste(img,(122,424))
r,g,b,alpha=img2.split()