Jun Kawasaki

Jun Kawasaki

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Diagrams used by Alexander in "A city is not a tree" to explain the Semi-lattice concept

Diagrams used by Alexander in "A city is not a tree" to explain the Semi-lattice concept

Path of Exile Skill Tree- スクリーンショット

Path of Exile Skill Tree- スクリーンショット

Strange Attractors by Chaotic Atmospheres The darkest art known as Chaos Theory is perfectly embodied in the form of its strange attractors: vast looping trajectories of variables that, when plotted, conjure gorgeous yet insidiously disruptive patterns. Chaotic Atmosphere’s Math: Rules series pays tribute to the beautiful form of chaos and its inevitable collapse of all our efforts to predict it. Artist: Behance / DeviantArt / Twitter

workman: “ ianbrooks: Strange Attractors by Chaotic Atmospheres The darkest art known as Chaos Theory is perfectly embodied in the form of its strange attractors: vast looping trajectories of.

Math:Rules - Strange Attractors by Chaotic Atmospheres , via Behance

I wanted to create a series of pictures representing mathematical shapes on white background, like a "tribute to mathematics" that I often use in my wor. Strange Attractors - The Yu - Wang Attractor

Math:Rules - Strange Attractors by Chaotic Atmospheres , via Behance

Strange Attractors A beautiful science/math/art intersection from Chaotic Atmospheres on Behance. These digital sculptures represent complex functions that are part chaos and part structure. (If youre a digital illustrator, theres a Cinema tutorial for