El rincón de Cotu

Speculum animae hominis laesae

Logo diseñado por mi para this is Bueu, camiseta del verano 2014

beesandbombs:

black and white spinners


Efectos ópticos

beesandbombs:

black and white spinners

Efectos ópticos

(via fyprocessing)

visualgraphc:

Paper works

by

Adrian & Gidi

Un claro ejemplo de bien diseño con papel

(Source: visualgraphc)

cute-cuter-cutest:

THE ONE AND ONLY

cute-cuter-cutest:

THE ONE AND ONLY

(Source: adnanisfab)

jessicaford:

2008 - 2010 - 2012
It has been beautiful and it will be again. Thank you guys.

Que remedio, recordemos esto

(Source: c0ssette, via xeronimo)

"lamentable final de la época más gloriosa de la Roja" 

"lamentable final de la época más gloriosa de la Roja" 

(via someonestolemynameasaurl-deacti)

fouriestseries:

Chaos and the Double Pendulum
A chaotic system is one in which infinitesimal differences in the starting conditions lead to drastically different results as the system evolves.
Summarized by mathematician Edward Lorenz, ”Chaos [is] when the present determines the future, but the approximate present does not approximately determine the future.”
There’s an important distinction to make between a chaotic system and a random system. Given the starting conditions, a chaotic system is entirely deterministic. A random system, on the other hand, is entirely non-deterministic, even when the starting conditions are known. That is, with enough information, the evolution of a chaotic system is entirely predictable, but in a random system there’s no amount of information that would be enough to predict the system’s evolution.
The simulations above show two slightly different initial conditions for a double pendulum — an example of a chaotic system. In the left animation both pendulums begin horizontally, and in the right animation the red pendulum begins horizontally and the blue is rotated by 0.1 radians (≈ 5.73°) above the positive x-axis. In both simulations, all of the pendulums begin from rest.
Mathematica code posted here.
[For more information on how to solve for the motion of a double pendulum, check out my video here.]

fouriestseries:

Chaos and the Double Pendulum

chaotic system is one in which infinitesimal differences in the starting conditions lead to drastically different results as the system evolves.

Summarized by mathematician Edward Lorenz, ”Chaos [is] when the present determines the future, but the approximate present does not approximately determine the future.”

There’s an important distinction to make between a chaotic system and a random system. Given the starting conditions, a chaotic system is entirely deterministic. A random system, on the other hand, is entirely non-deterministic, even when the starting conditions are known. That is, with enough information, the evolution of a chaotic system is entirely predictable, but in a random system there’s no amount of information that would be enough to predict the system’s evolution.

The simulations above show two slightly different initial conditions for a double pendulum — an example of a chaotic system. In the left animation both pendulums begin horizontally, and in the right animation the red pendulum begins horizontally and the blue is rotated by 0.1 radians (≈ 5.73°) above the positive x-axis. In both simulations, all of the pendulums begin from rest.

Mathematica code posted here.

[For more information on how to solve for the motion of a double pendulum, check out my video here.]

(via thenewenlightenmentage)

luxuryon:

Summer is Coming

El verso se acerca

luxuryon:

Summer is Coming

El verso se acerca

laughingsquid:

‘A Short History of Photographic Camera’, The Evolution of the Camera Distilled Into a Single Infographic