Post 23

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This page contains several recent observations that could not be grouped into a common content. Some of them are extensions of previous posts.

Note: This page contains animations of .gif formats when put together have a size of around 35 MB. So it might take a while for all the animations to load depending on your internet connection. Thanks for the patience.


1. Sectors Illusion

The image that has been presented below is a set of concentric circles that have been made to rotate in the opposite directions. Considering that the the colors are alternating it appears as thought the circles are crooked or not prefect even-though the are. This is simalar to what has been shown in the post named Illusions.

a. Still Image

Circle_Illusion

b. Animation Version

Circle_Illusion

c. Side by Side comparison of the animations with different twisting directions

Even though what you see are perfect circles. They look twisted because of the alternating patterns of white and black colors.

Circle_Illusion_Red_Rev Circle_Illusion_Blue_Actual


 

 


Twisting Lines

This will be a post with the lines too, like the many on the blog. The ideas are pretty simple, take a geometric object, make it into a set of points instead of a continuous line. Lines can be drawn from one set of points to other and when the right geometry is chosen and if the set of the points are animated, they will give rise to interesting animations.

Let us look at some sample images.

Two_Circles

This can be extended to many more circles in conjunction to make the following patterns. Let us see some.

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Three and Four Circles

Three_Circles Four_Circles

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Five and Six Circles

Five_Circles Six_Circles

Other Versions

Four_Circles_Version_3 Three_Circles_Version_2

Six_Circles_Version_2 Five_Circles_Version_2


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3 thoughts on “Post 23

  1. You can make small videos and post it on Youtube to teach people all these tricks. You can probably earn something, if not at least recognition. In my case, I made a protein simulation and posted it on youtube, very recently I was contacted by a graduate student from UCL.

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