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    I love seeing procedural art like this, doubly so when how its produced is described in this kind of detail.

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      These are very cool. One small thing I noticed for anyone playing along at home. The section on animation the author notes I found this neat technique but does not take the square root of the randomly generated number. As a result the distribution is more biased towards the center of the circle which is visible in the image following. Not that this takes away from their results.

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        Really cool! Just really cool! 😎

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          This post links to another artist’s website, and it’s full of great articles on how to make generative art.

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            I want more things like this. Interaggregate and substrate were my two favorite screensavers! http://www.complexification.net/gallery/

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              What’s that processing thing they keep mentioning?

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                processing.org (and sibling project p5.js) - there’s a flavor of this that fits in a tweet, which might be what the author is referring to

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                Reminds me of this: https://www.windy.com/

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                  Those are lovely!