On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 5:59 PM, Daniel Moore <yahivin / gmail.com> wrote:
> Example Output:
>
> http://strd6.com/?attachment_id=145
>
> depth: 3
> red: Math.sin(Math::PI * Math.cos(Math::PI * y * x))
> green: Math.sin(Math::PI * (Math.sin(Math::PI * y)) ** 3)
> blue: (Math.cos(Math::PI * Math.cos(Math::PI * y))) ** 3
>
> The depth is how many layers of functions to combine. The bottom layer
> is always x or y. Depth 3 is where things begin to get a little bit
> interesting, but 5 and higher is much more exciting.

The link to the example output is dead.
Also, I don't get what you mean by 'depth' exactly.

I can see the red: as either
depth 2: somecomplicatedfunction( times(x, y) )
or
depth 5: sin( times( pi, cos( times(pi, times(x,y)))))