By CODE MENTAL
If you’ve been sleeping under a donut, I mean rock for the past few weeks then chances are high that this article will be new information. You may have heard about Andy Sloane’s invention of sorts: code which his team created and is able to generate 3D spinning donuts projected onto 2D using only ASCII characters (not too hard). And even though he himself struggles at times with programming these types of things–Andy still found success in creating something so cool! The lights on our screens can give off an effect like what would happen if one were outside during sunset while seeing how fast those stars fly across their path; however instead we get bright hues changing colors every second making them twinkle.
Article + Source Code: https://spltech.co.uk/how-to-create-a-3d-spinning-donut-with-python-blender-and-some-donut-shaped-math/
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