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Posted: Jul 6 2005, 01:58 PM
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Joined: 22-May 05
Thanks a lot for those links D, all excellent.
I came across Rekveld's page when I was researching for the writing to go with Resonata; it's very good, but I'm afraid I find the intense green background hard to deal with.
The Rudy Rucker program, Capow, is wonderful! It's got a kind of NOI meets Resonata thing going on, and clearly warrants much playing with. For what it's worth, the topology of this is generally classed as toroidal - you might enjoy 'Using Asteroids to explain the topological classification of 2-manifolds'.
You're right that flame blending seems simple enough to achieve, and thanks for the fun example. I'll probably build it into all my applets sooner or later.
The Image Savant 'Spore' thing is actually rather interesting as well as being supremely pretty. The guy seems to be having some degree of commercial success with it as well, which is encouraging.
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Posted: Oct 20 2006, 07:22 AM
Oh, you guys are so incredibly nerdy and genius. I'm captivated, entranced, gone on the Torodia.
No idea what you're saying when your lips are moving but what you've got here is my favorite shiny object on the net ever.
thanks for sharing it
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