Part of Golan Levin's CMU Special Topics in Interactive Art and Computational design coursework. In this program, I attempt to recreate the experience of witnessing Frieder Nake's "13/9/65 Nr. 2" come to life. My functions create X-Y paths for the plotter pixel by pixel, and are mutually inspired the line-thicknesses and supporting-structures of a 3D-printer (hence the initial outline, and the white dot left each time the 'nozzle' is lifted). I wanted to create a modern-day instantiation and took poetic license with the simplifications of resulting form. The most challenging part was deriving how to draw a circle without using a pre-built function, for which I borrowed an early computer graphics technique called the Midpoint Circle Algorithm.