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My name is Miloš Ilić, in Majdanpek, Serbia, I was born in 1989. I'm an independent and playful creative individual, an architect.. +381649401756 +381628012098 Skype - milos.ilic989 ilic.ilic@outlook.com ilix_m@hotmail.com All of the designs and images, texts posted here are original works, and are prohibited for any commercial use without the authors - Miloš M. Ilić - permission. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Miloš M. Ilić - "arch.d.studio"
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    The Binary Spiral
    By counting from zero in binary, a pattern emerges on the far right: 0,1,0,1... the next line contains 11,00,11,00... then 1111,0000,1111,0000... etc. When this numerical pattern is set to circle instead of the simple vertical line, the result can be interesting, as diagrams illustrate. It is a simple, basic numerical fractal.


    As you can see, construction bases were circles, each one divided differently.






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    Tue, Oct 8, 2019  Permanent link
    Categories: physics, geometry, mathematics
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    nedzen     Thu, Oct 10, 2019  Permanent link
    Does not look like fibonacci golden ratio this looks super cool. did you use a particular software to generate it ?
    milos_ilic     Thu, Oct 10, 2019  Permanent link
    Thank you very much, drawing was done in AutoCad. It was not generated, I had to construct it "manually". Ratio of it is actually 1:2
     
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