Thursday, September 30, 2010

mathy mountain

this one is actually my favorite out of these functions that i'm doing.  It's only the half of the function where t<0, and the line at the top connects to a mirror image of this picture, but in my opinion its cooler as a mountain than some kind of conic twister

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Theres a crack

this one has a crack in it, i have a variable set that changes the width of the crack, but i kept it small in this picture so it doesn't look ridiculous.

Sunday, September 26, 2010


Oh No! The evil eye of the TI-83 has been angered, you better feed it some puny linear functions.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Don't sue me microsoft

This is not the Xbox logo, though if i inverted the colors and made the whitespace green i could pass it off as a mathmatically generated knockoff.  All of these are original parametric functions in their pure and unaltered state.  Other than my first post, I will not share any of my equations, but you are welcome to guess them.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

another cool one

I think this one is pretty cool as well, kind of reminds me of Wolverines claws.  I'm going to give a little bit of credit to fooplot, a free graphing program online that lets me make these beautiful functions, though most of the cool parts of my graphs are a result of 'breaking' the graphing program, by having the harmonic motion of the plotted points moving faster than the machine can plot accurately. So thank you fooplots for not being a godly supercomputer that no amount of exponential growth can break.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010