Cube Slices

Frederik Vanhoutte:


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8 Responses:

  1. Billy says:

    Oh, great. I watched the videos, and now my house is full of Cenobites.

  2. Matt says:

    reminds me of this Numberphile video introducing the Dehn Invariant

  3. Philip Guenther says:

    The lower left video is a visual representation of me grinding my teeth.

  4. Lloyd says:

    This is what happens when you can't solve Rubik's cube as a child.

    It's just repressed trauma, manifesting.

  5. publishedname says:

    please add this to xscreensaver. for the good of humankind

    • jwz says:

      All the cool kids have been writing their shit in Processing for over a decade, so yeah, it's past time we took action on that.

      C? Isn't that for Unfrozen Cavemen?

      • David E. Konerding says:

        I've used Processing and I can't say I'm really excited about it. After I learned that xscreensaver wouldn't include C++ savers (making scene graphs and other more complex rendering technologies painful to write), I considered writing a mini-lisp interpreter with bindings to OpenGL, and then porting my previous savers to that.

  6. cat says:

    Makes me think quite hard about what cubic crystals look like when they've been growing naturally. Sodium Chloride in big lumps perhaps.
    Cleavage down the lattice, I guess.

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