Painting water with pseudo-Brownian modes
Painting water with pseudo-Brownian modes
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.
Fun in Djerba
Fun in Djerba
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.
Djerba Sunset Phoenix
Djerba Sunset Phoenix
Last week I was in Djerba, an island in Tunisia known for its holiday resort facilities and decorative palm trees that produce dates only camels can eat, among many other things.
Portraits, n°1
Portraits, n°1
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.
Azimuthal viscosity
Azimuthal viscosity
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.