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Is Voronoi a meme?

I work at a 3D printing company and there is a contest for who can print (optionally make) the coolest model. Winner gets free lunch for the next 1 year.

I was thinking of just taking a random model, making it Voronoi, simulating a blanket over it, and then printing those two files separately so its a cool rigid printed blanket. idk tho.
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>>569630
It's a cool idea. Most Voronoi implementations are kinda meh though. Which is a shame since the algorithm is capable of creating an endless variety of patterns.

https://vimeo.com/122815674
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>>569641
That's more due to all the different types distance measuring rather than the algorithm itself, though.
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>>569630
>Is Voronoi a meme?
Yes but it looks cool
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>>569641
>vimeo
trash
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>>569734
It's garbage in garbage out. If you don't put thought and effort into the data that you are driving the algorithm with you won't get great results.




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