This video looks at how to write functions in Processing that call themselves (recursion) for the purpose of drawing fractals.
(If I reference a link or project and it's not included in this description, please let me know!)
Read along: natureofcode.com/book/chapter-8-fractals/#chapter08_section2
Cantor Set: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cantor_set
Serpinski Triangle: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sierpinski_triangle
A talk I gave at Webstock 2008 in Wellington, New Zealand.
Using the spline we created in the previous Quick Tip, we can create a paper turning effect.
To create the spline itself, watch Quick Tip 5 vimeo.com/35576272 .
(3 am right now, try not to focus on the audio :) )
In this quick tip you learn how to convert a spline to joints, and then use those joints to control your splines.
After that i'm using a cloner to demonstrate what can be achieved.
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