(Pretty?) Maths-based things

Programming (my drug of choice) is, mainly, applied mathematics (even if just that weird part that nobody likes because it never works), and as such it is but natural to apply it to something more fun, like generating a visual medium.

And so these are the visual media generated by combining some bad code and the more abstract (for me, anyway) parts of math, including verbal descriptions, algorithms, and, probably more importantly, the pretty stuff.

Mandalas generated with Tonči Juričev-Grgin's method.
Algorithm, examples, etc. inside.
Videos of more complex mandalas over at YouTube .

Winding wiggly oft-colourful mostly-circles.
Inspired by Inconvergent's "path test".
The code and more circles inside.

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Automatically generated with GCC 5‍.‍4‍.‍0's C preprocessor on 15.03.2021 23:02:08 UTC from src/maths/index.html.pp.
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