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Thursday, 12 January 2012

Recursive Random Triangular Subdivision

I've started getting into writing my blog on my lunch hour so I've had to come up with some quick and easy 30 minute experiments - I need the other 30 minutes to eat... Here is today's result (it follows along the lines of my circle packing experiment a while back). It works like this. One starts by drawing a triangle, then picks a random point within that triangle. These vertices are then used to draw more triangles, and the process is repeated recursively. At each stage the triangles are rendered with a level of transparency. This means more "visited" triangles will appear brighter thus forming a kind of network. Click the image below to launch the demo and find the source here.


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