I came up with a way to energize particles into a Brownian motion. As I don't exactly follow the strict theoretical rules by considering that my particles can have an acceleration, I am free to define my own version of a noisy force that ends up moving particles in random directions.
Notre mimique se fige. Insuffisance. Nos gestes pétrifiés interdisent peu à peu. Enchaîné par le drame d'émotion. D'autres gestes surmenés et le corps limité continue de répéter toujours le même schéma de stress répéter les tensions nerveuses répéter.
Portraits is a format of collaboration where I immerse myself in the world and the work of a scientist to create a piece of art.
For this first collaboration, Portraits, n°1, the immersion was done at Laboratoire de Physique ENS de Lyon, and more particularly with Ludovic Bellon and his team.
Tonight I had an idea.
Maybe I can split my usual viscosity based on the attractor position into two terms: viscR, and viscO (think theta θ), where R and O are of a local polar coordinate system centered on the attractor.