I’ve been working on a bunch of small projects recently that I wanted to share. The first two are related to visualizing Newton fractals in the complex plane. One is a video showing what happens when you move around the three zeros of a cubic polynomial while coloring its corresponding Newton fractal, while the other shows the Newton fractal generated from the function \( f(z) = \sin z \).

The next image is a basic implementation of diffusion-limited aggregation.

I also experimented a bit with an iterative edge detection procedure on MAT’s canonical bunny image, which yielded the following video.

In the audio world, I’m currently experimenting with ideas based on granular synthesis and the Doppler effect, so stay tuned for future content!