In conjunction with the production of our interactive documentary, “Digital Harmony Extended”, we’ve been refining our techniques for integrating and expanding John Whitney’s methods for generating the mandala-like structures for which he was most well-known.
With this series we’ve taken a relatively large step forward in visual quality, most notably by resolving an issue with annoying interference patterns (aka “moire”) that had been plaguing previous iterations. This was accomplished by using a thicker line, which not only solves that problem, but creates a richer, more “present” image. Seeing these images now, it’s hard to look at the older ones, but we’re leaving them up anyway (See the full gallery index) for reference.
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