Sunday, July 19, 2009

Proposal; More Details

An other tessellation which is worth taking a closer look at, is the previous used hexagon diagram. In the version below, its a bit more compicated, in the sense that the density of the hexagonal structure varies between the circles. In this case, the radial division is set to 132 points in all sections. The circular division varies in density between the different rings.

other options of this one are:
- varying also the radial density between the rings.
- inserting a random factor when defining the points, to get a more unsteady look of the structure.

An other configuration, Hexagon Structure
The parameters are in this case:
n_c (number of main circels)
p_cALL (density of points along all circles)
n_cSEC_1 (circular density of secondary circles in between the 1st and 2nd circel)
n_cSEC_2 (circular density of secondary circles in between the 2nd and 3rd circel)
n_cSEC_n (etc)

The folowing image illustrates what happens if we construct the Voronoi Diagram, based on the same configuration of the model as in previous image of the Delaunay triangulation.

Same configuration, but Voronoi Diagram

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