Three Pi Squared


I took the first one million digits of Pi, and pulled ten random colors from a photograph to show numbers zero through nine.

Every square was assigned a different number from the first one million digits of Pi, and colored with the color assigned to that number.

Each square then progresses to the next color at its own rate, making a twinkling animation. Click the image above to go see the animation!

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  1. Teobaldo said,

    September 25, 2015 @ 12:00 pm

    I couldn’t cohsoe yesterday, but took another look on a different computer tonight. The edge of the shell is quite amazing. Just took the right monitor to see it. B

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