The Girih App was the beginning for creating designs and patterns from polygons. And now the new Hedron App is following in its footsteps by creating three-dimensional designs from polyhedrons.
Usually, the color of fractals is determined from the number of iterations calculated before the termination condition. However, if you include the distance of the last two calculation results, you can specify the number with decimal places and achieve a uniform coloration.
This are some color changing rotating spirals, which may look like made out of balloons. For rendering this on your graphics card only very few lines of code are required.
Today I attended a 3D Printing Workshop, where I had to design a 3D object with a for me totally unknown browser based software. After playing around with some shapes builded with polygonal pyramids I decided to start another design using a combination of rings. I liked my creation so much, that I rebuilded it […]
This are just some simple rotating lines in differrent colors, which can form a hexagon.