Pi visualization

Pi - wallpaper

Painting - 1_2

Painting - 2

Pi number is generally considered random. But I wanted to see whether it is that way. Inspired by work of  Martin Krzywinski  I visualized it using program called Geogebra by making a line out of segments which are angled according to the corresponding digit of Pi. Total number of visualized digits is 500.


I noticed 2 patterns: star just at the beginning which was created out of first 30 digits and the fact that line seemed to stick around one place and then jump to next place to stick around at. Then I painted screenshots in paint.net of the result of algorithm’s work. Resulting images show that Pi can create interesting shapes and patterns which can later be used as elements in other artistic compositions.

Presentation – http://prezi.com/ydzmjo9o1lla/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share
Geogebra link – https://www.geogebra.org/m/dbjqTq8H


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