I’ve been writing too much about coding, programming and other cool boring topics 😉
For a change I decided to share my current “desktop image”. This was part of the visualization I built for the AAAS 2013, for the Nereus Program sections.
The curves, spheres and the conformance of the visuals to an invisible translated-sinoide were all done with a Python addon I wrote for Blender. I will write more about this project one day.
The slightly yellow background (in oppose to pure white) is thanks to the great book: Visual Strategies: A Practical Guide to Graphics for Scientists and Engineers” by Felice C. Frankel and Angela H. Depace.