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I learned about this review game at a conference and tried it out with my students.  It's called  Organized Chaos.   It would work well for...

I learned about this review game at a conference and tried it out with my students. It's called Organized Chaos. It would work well for...

An algorithm originally described by Barnsley in 1988. Pick a point at random inside a regular -gon. Then draw the next point a fraction   of the distance between it and a polygon vertex picked at random. Continue the process (after throwing out the first few points). The result of this "chaos game" is sometimes, but not always, a fractal. The results of the chaos game are shown above for several values of .

An algorithm originally described by Barnsley in 1988. Pick a point at random inside a regular -gon. Then draw the next point a fraction of the distance between it and a polygon vertex picked at random. Continue the process (after throwing out the first few points). The result of this "chaos game" is sometimes, but not always, a fractal. The results of the chaos game are shown above for several values of .

The Chaos Game, Pascal's and Sierpinski's Triangle - Math Week 12

The Chaos Game, Pascal's and Sierpinski's Triangle - Math Week 12

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Sierpinski triangle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sierpinski triangle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Chaos Games And More

Weird and slightly alarming – the chaos game | Why Evolution Is True

Weird and slightly alarming – the chaos game | Why Evolution Is True

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Tags: Anime, Fanart, Pixiv, Shishio, Fanart From Pixiv