# Circles and Waves

Inspired by Michael’s [1] post here and this video that he generated through mathematica, I knew I had to try to see how this could be done in processing. It was a fun little exercise and here’s the result.  Click on the image to go to OpenProcessing.   My implementation is only slightly different. I thought that if the circles didn’t overlap, the effect would be … Continue reading Circles and Waves

# The very first thing I made with processing

This spiral-like drawing, which is gonna be my new avatar, is the very first thing I made while learning processing. The code is pretty simple. This drawing is being done by overlapping triangles, which change color every so often due to this line : Note the % operator which makes sure that the colors will keep on cycling. You can check out what the sketch … Continue reading The very first thing I made with processing

# More random stuff …

So, this post is mainly for the people who took the Math697SC course, Computational methods for stochastic systems this semester from the maths department at UMass, but then I thought the info might be of interest to more people than that, so instead of writing an email, I wrote everything directly here. We talked about a couple of things during my presentation and I thought … Continue reading More random stuff …

# An old hobby, making cycloids in processing

I am a big fan of both processing and art, regardless of being computer generated or made by hand. When I started learning processing, I used to have all sorts of ideas on what to try to make. One of those ideas was to make cycloids (although the correct mathematical term is roulette). What are cycloids, you ask? Wikipedia has something to say about this : … Continue reading An old hobby, making cycloids in processing