Daily #9: Circular Phasing and Dot Products

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10 points circle around the center, each in its own ring. A line is drawn to the point in the neighboring ring. The more different the angles, the darker the line. When all the angles line up, they're pure white. In math terms, a line's color is determined by the dot product between the angles of the two points.

by Cory Barr. Dec 8, 2015