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Amazing Math Algorithm Draws Picture!
 Image: Author: XrayGroup: DefaultFilesize: 0.95 MBDate added: 2017-03-07Rating: 6.4Downloads: 1736Views: 502Comments: 21Ratings: 4Times favored: 0Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0Tags: Scene tag [scene]153485[/scene] I originally was going to upload this scene on my birthday (01 April) but it was just too good to wait for! So, I am sharing it with everyone on Algobox immediately. Here is the math behind this amazing algorithm. The first thing that I did was to use FRA32's code that creates his marvelous attractor. I then realized if I multiply the imaginary part of the Fourier Transform Function by the Lorenz contraction coefficient, I was able to create a picture of a man's head. Then by tweaking the Hanning filter by squaring it by two large non-prime integers, I could create not only a head, but one that looks exactly like s_noonan! Run the scene and watch what it produces after a few seconds! AMAZING!
Last edited at 2017/03/07 02:55:07 by Xray
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Lorenz-attractor/Differential equation Grapher FRA32 6.1 (3 votes) 760 5 2017/03/03 23:46:27
 first!
 um.... second?
 The likeness is uncanny. this scene reminds me of Then a miracle occurs.
 So very true!
 Wow! I truly can't believe how powerfull this tool truly is. I think I have to delete most of my new scenes now. What if one finds out how to draw an entire FRA32 using a combination of the Mandelbrot equation transformed over the Lorenz attractor, scaled to the size of the Feigenbaum equation, recursively being Fourrier transformed, graphed in an Banarch iteration view, scaled to a logarithmic scale, transformed to the quaternion number area by aquiring the root to the base of -Pi*i, rotated by 32° using 16 Dimensional Transformation matrizes, copied at the scale of the squareroot of the sum of both feigenbaum constants squared and then placed perpendiculary on each other at a slight angle, with the final image once again being rotated by a 32 dimensional rotation matrix in all angles and the resulting image then being graphed in a density visualization, graphing areas with more numbers denser than areas with less. Would one transform the result using a modified Caesar code and the name of any user as the Keyword, the resulting image would strongly resemble what that user is doing at the moment: Nonsense.
 I agree.
 I actually took your modified function(the real one tho ), fixed the cosine by transforming the y coordinate to radiants, and then looked at the result. The picture actually looks like a possible logo for something.
 Wow, That's incredible, That looks amazing, Xray i'm so happy of you.
 The image startled me at first. But this looks great!
 Thanks, Y'All.
 Hey xray do you know when there will be new updates?
 i'm curious :v
 None planned as far as I know. Sorry.
 ok xray
 Xray, I don't know how to use math in script. Tell me how to do it. I'll be right back at 11th July at Indonesian!
 Yusril Ihsan - Read information in the Algodoo FORUM about TIME SCRIPTING
 Xray. Don't ban me. If you ban me. I will move algodoo to Recycle bin. Then i play Minecraft.
 Yusril Ihsan - Why would I ban you? What did you do that would make me ban you?
 Uhm. How to make a blue-clicking web text?
 Ummm.... I don't think you understand what I say to you. Do you have trouble understanding English?