With some (a lot) of help from different tutorials and Pablo and Annie, I finally have a Python script producing the famous fractal “the Koch Curve”, in the 3D version, namely the Koch Snowflake. At last!! (even though the result is not as important as the process, it is certainly nice to rest one’s eyes upon it. This image is unfortunatelly rasterized. And, one really need to zoom in on the tetrahedra in the last generations)
Just experimented with morphing the Koch snowflake pyramid geometry. In 2D, I wanted to divide the grid into more rectangles, at the same time breaking down the triangels that make the starting point for the snowflake.
Just learned an easy way to create a 3D grid of spheres, change the grid and to randomly remove spheres.
This project got me fascinated a few years ago (firstly because of the sci-fi-esc columns). Manufacturing is by means of 3D-printing with concrete, using robots. In my opinion, it is interesting on the topic of ornamentics due to the structural characteristics which could also be said to be decorative.