In this piece, I review some three-dimensional vector geometry in an attempt to recreate abstract organic structures. This is done through the manipulation of points within an iterated cylinder created in 3D space. These natural floral and seed-like forms are created using Java code through Processing software, creating intersections between math, nature, and code.
The following netted shapes work with manipulating a SuperEllipse formula by a mathematician called Paul Bourke. The shapes can be manipulated (as seen in the final interface created) into an array of configurations! The interface sheds light on the future world of 3D printed fruit, seeds, and flowers.