David Franck
9.1.16
In this script I was creating two curves with sine and cosine functions then using an interpolation logic to do the equivalent of a rhino “tween curves”. I was struggling to do this completely recursively but I feel like I was getting pretty close. In this version I was creating and dumping the x and y positions of the beetle as each iteration of the interpolation logic happened. Then dumping this list into a master list which I could use outside of the interpolation loop. Inspired by Ada and Jacobs scripts
8.29.16
In this script I was finding the distance of a grid points to three target points then computing a sine, cosine, or tangent. If you average the z values from the previous functions the value can be mapped to a rotation for a square giving a 2D representation of a 3D phenomena.
Goal:
In this script I was finding the distance of a grid points to three target points then computing a sine, cosine, or tangent. If you average the z values from the previous functions the value can be mapped to a rotation for a square giving a 2D representation of a 3D phenomena. 

Goal:
In this script I was finding the distance of a grid points to three target points then computing a sine, cosine, or tangent. If you average the z values from the previous functions the value can be mapped to a rotation for a square giving a 2D representation of a 3D phenomena. 

Goal:
In this script I was finding the distance of a grid points to three target points then computing a sine, cosine, or tangent. If you average the z values from the previous functions the value can be mapped to a rotation for a square giving a 2D representation of a 3D phenomena. 

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Adin Rimland
09.04.16
In this script, my goal was to create a recursive way to have a circle shape shift into some “amoebic” form as it moved away from its origin point.
Goal: draw a densely packed drawing with an inknib.
Results: The drawing itself took 35 minutes, and was only ~15% done. It was far from complete, but I found an interesting feature where the ink would refill itself in the same spots until I did not have to keep refilling it myself and the small puddles of ink would do so instead. 

Goal: have a circle shapeshift into an “amoebic” form as it moved away from its origin point.
Results: The pen was gripped in a way whereby it had a lot of unplanned motion. The pen would rotate about its center as it moved across the drawing, adding a gestural dimension to the piece.


Goal: have a circle shapeshift into an “amoebic” form as it moved away from its origin point.
Results: The pen started drying until it was completely dried at the end. This gave the drawing a disintegration aspect which I appreciate.


Goal: have a circle shapeshift into an “amoebic” form as it moved away from its origin point.
Results: I do not like this drawing. It has a nice quality, but is too ‘object’. I was able to lose this quality through different drawing techniques Link. 
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09.01.16
In this script, my goal was to create a recursive way to have a circle shape shift into some “amoebic” form as it scaled from its centerpoint. My struggle was with the listmanagement feature of BeetleBlocks and balancing the amount of polygon sides vs random manipulators which would scale up pronounced different features.
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08.28.16