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u(t) is called 60 times per second. t: Elapsed time in seconds. S: Shorthand for Math.sin. C: Shorthand for Math.cos. T: Shorthand for Math.tan. R: Function that generates rgba-strings, usage ex.: R(255, 255, 255, 0.5) c: A 1920x1080 canvas. x: A 2D context for that canvas.
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remix of d/10189 by u/QXY

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  • donbright: black holes crash, flip universe colors

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  • donbright: really simple based on Joey Twiddle's work but i kind of like it.

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remix of d/6160 by u/zanella

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  • donbright: zanella got me thinking more about math... d/6378 was basic color... this doesn't look like much but the theory is interesting to me....a circles-and-squares pseudo fractal, but with the added idea of "centers of gravity" from which the modular arithmetic create patterns against each other. it's incredibly slow so animation is almost pointless. but i like the idea still.

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  • donbright: note to future self... this is some kind of weird combination of interference patterns between waves, and circle-squares fractals ....to see whats going on, start out with fillstyle=R(B%256,0,0) then work from there.
  • donbright: note to future self... this is some kind of weird combination of interference patterns between waves, and circle-squares fractals ....to see whats going on, start out with fillstyle=R(B%256,0,0) then work from there.
  • donbright: in other words, it's not drawing the "lines of force", those lines are an artefact of the remainders of the 'quadrance' (squared distance) between the two black balls

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remix of d/3697 by u/Citiral

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  • joeytwiddle: I was about to comment "donbright would like this one" but then suddenly ... !
  • magna: Wow!
  • Xen: one of my new fav's, love this!

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remix of d/3604 by u/Xen

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  • donbright: interesting fact: there are no curved lines, they are all straight. and there are no trig functions.
  • Xen: love it :-)

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