Back to the university time, before my call to the enterprise problems, I was a maniac of everything had to do with computational geometry and computer graphic in general. One of my favourite toys was LParser, a program which would produce elegant 3D sculpures based on simple recursive definitions. It was fascinating to see how a little change in the definition would dramaticly change the end result. A perfect methaphor for the DNA, in fact.
Today I was seeking for I don’t remember what and I stumbled in the website of LParser author, Laurens Laprè, and I discovered that he’s making extremely nice eye candies with GDI+ and Visual Studio 8.
It’s nice when elements from the past and the present merge in such a pleasant way. Great work!!! 🙂