“The second version of Hemesh, a library for creating and modifying 3D geometry is out.”
I’ve not had the time to play with it but hopefully I will at some point soonish!
Eroded Leaves by Chaotic Atmospheres
Flow map from World Machine, then postworked on Photoshop.
Ben Butler received his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and his BA from Bowdoin College. His work has been exhibited in solo shows in New York at Coleman Burke Gallery and Plane Space, as well as at Zg Gallery in Chicago, John Davis Gallery in Husdon, New York, and Davidson Galleries in Seattle, among others. He is the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Individual Artist Grant and numerous fellowships at residency programs including the MacDowell Colony, The Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, and the Ucross Foundation.
He currently lives and works in Memphis, Tennessee and Quogue, New York, and is an Assistant Professor of Art at Rhodes College.
Amazing sculptures by Ren Ri and some bees, see more here http://bit.ly/1tjVjlD
Yippee, my first animations in Mathematica!
Let a circle roll around a circle twice as big. The shape traced by a point on the outer circle is a cardioid. Now consider a third circle rolling around the second one as well (again half as big, and at the same speed); its trace is already less familiar. The more circles, the more fractal-ish the resulting curve will be. In the limit, the traced curve can be described with this parametric formula:
(Source of inspiration: http://www.mathrecreation.com/2013/12/brain-curve.html)