Dreaming in numbers

Posted to Data Art  |  Nathan Yau

I don’t dream in numbers, but if I did, I’m pretty sure it’d look a lot like this. In Nature by Numbers, a short movie by Cristobal Vila, inspired by, well, numbers and nature, Vila animates the natural existence of Fibonacci sequences, the golden ratio, and Delaunay triangulation. Watch it. Even if you don’t know what those three things are, the video will rock your socks off.

Don’t forget to catch shots from the process too:

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