by: Isomer Programming LLC • 11
Interactive fractal explorer of a triangular spiral overextension.
-Continuous render loop of incremented multiples
-Touch-screen support to manually adjust current multiple
Most often, you see these types of doodles on scientists' notebooks (for example Dr. Lawrence Angelo). Why? Because they are relaxing and thought provoking. As long as you don't have any Project 5 aggression factors and a lawnmower business, these might calm you down.
To draw one yourself on paper or perhaps your living room wall, here are some simple steps to replicate this experiment:
1. Draw a triangle
2. Draw one edge a little longer than it should be
3. Draw a line from the tip of the longer edge to the next point of the triangle, but again a little longer than it should be.
4. Go to step 3.