Category Archives for nature
Don’t know why, but after seeing Oliver Hunt’s fluid solver I wanted to use fluid dynamics on my site as an interactive particle flowfield.
Last year I got a microscope for my birthday. As with most toys, you play around with them for a while but eventually they end up on a shelf somewhere.
I’m currently doing a project that uses the growth of computer generated plants to visualize the progress students make in subjects like: adding, subtracting and multiplication (so yes it’s for kids). A good chance for me to read up on the mathematical aspects of L-systems. The site algorithmic botany is a great help, and apart [...]