Random Art

This post is named Random-Art not because the idea struck randomly, but there was randomness used in the calculations wile generating these images. The idea is as follows. There is a mapping of a set of lines from one geometric figure to the other. For example consider this image.

Example:

Mapping from {x = Sin[t], y = Cos[t]} to {x= 2 Sin[t], y= 2 Cos[t]} and t is taken from 0 to 2π in steps of π/500. In the following figure, the lines start at regular intervals from the inner circle and reach the outer circle (in the first case) and they start at the inner circle go towards the outer circle but the randomness associated with them does not make a regular geometric figure( in the second case). 

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Making some tweaks to the code the following image has been obtained. Click the image for the high resolution version.

Ran_art

A graphics grid of the same idea with different colors

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 Specimen 1

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Specimen 1 Grid

Random_Art_Specimen_1_Grid


Specimen 2

Random_Art_Specimen_2

Specimen 2 Gird

Random_Art_Specimen_2_Grid


Specimen 3

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Specimen 3 Gird

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Specimen 4

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Specimen 4 Grid

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Specimen 5

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Specimen 5 Grid

Random_Art_Specimen_5_Grid


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