This predates my Mastodon accounts but it ought to be on here so here it is: my interactive blog about the domino computer.
@andrewt As if this weren't all confusing enough, I believe the set of points depicted here is what's technically known as collielinear.
@andrewt It's the prefix col- which sometimes occurs in latin-derived words instead of co- or com- with base words that begin with an 'l'. You see it in "collateral" and "colloquial" and even in "college" and "collegial." That said, I think the one-l version, "colinear" is widely accepted as correct these days.
Someone posted a gif of this effect on birdsite and I wanted to understand it so I've built it as a space-warping raymarcher.
Its some lovely maths that I think I *mostly* understand now:
For some reason I have built Conway's Game of Life in Baba is You.
My latest bloggy thing:
As always, comments, thoughts, criticisms, and feedback, all welcome.
Have to say that this "one blog post per week" is a brutal schedule.
Also, here's a maths puzzle for π-day:
Adding the brackets from this Alex Bellos column https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/mar/11/solve-it-can-you-speak-yoda-how-to to the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 —
[1, 2] → 12
⟨1, 2⟩ → 21
⟨[⟨1, 2⟩, 3], 4⟩ → ⟨[21, 3], 4⟩ → ⟨213, 4⟩→ 4213
…we can make any number except 2413, and which other?
I wrote a thing for the Aperiodical:
This is a nice little trick but a bafflingly poor article. How can anyone write an entire article about a single tweet without having understood the tweet?
This would make a strong contender in the MathsJam bake off.
Also v good doggo in VR, which is a plus
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