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I wrote code that generates animated 3d spirograph-like patterns that I call "spherographs". It runs in a browser (pure javascript), link to site and source code in first comment.

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Very cool!  I'm on my phone now but I can't wait to get a better look at this on my PC
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Did you know that there's a direct correlation between the decline in Spirograph and the rise in gang activity? Think about it.
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The speed slider doesn't appear to have any impact for me, using Brave or Iron on Android.
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This is really cool! Thank you!
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love it love it great work!
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Works well on a Galaxy S8
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wow very cool!
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Beautiful
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Man this is really cool
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Screen saving vibes

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