|fauna - emergent forms from harmonic motion|
the fauna environment consists of an even grid of closely spaced line segments that lie perpendicular to a plane in three-dimensional space.
these line segments are made to oscillate sinusoidally perpendicular to the plane
when the phase of oscillation is made dependent on the location of the line, wavelike patterns emerge. multiplying this relationship with a constant coefficient shatters the standing wave-like pattern into complex textures that exhibit motion.
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