aesthetics + computation group
mit media lab
pushing forward the field of blanky-nitude
Here's the latest version of blanky. blanky now supports runge-kutta numerical modeling, which is nice. it offers greater speed, accuracy, and - most importantly - stability. blanky and it's underlying surface can easily be mapped onto a sphere, cylinder, or any subsection thereof. the code itself is much more efficient and modular, making it easier to edit and tweak. texturing looms on the horizon, we'll see what happens.
Go check out the older blanky page.
designed ben gallup
persistently under construction
written in notepad
intended for 1024x768
last updated 8.08.01
cause it hurts so good