By Data Tricks, 20 January 2018
Isolating the digits of mathematical constants and analysing their randomness can produce fascinating results. Inspired by a random walk, and by assigning a direction to each digit from 0 to 9, I created a deterministic walk from the first 1 million digits of pi.
Click below to see an animated version.
3D visualisation of pi
Explore the randomness of pi through our 3D visualisation below. Use your mouse to rotate the image, and the jog wheel to zoom.
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