My name is Claude Heiland-Allen. I'm from London, UK. I'm interested in art, computers, free software, maths, science. Here are some of my projects.
I make a small amount from these things you can buy:
An abstract colouring book based on reaction-diffusion Turing patterns: mathr.co.uk/morphogenesis
An abstract calendar for 2018 based on integer sequences containing the number 2018: mathr.co.uk/calendar/2018
A week-per-view diary for 2019 with abstract grids for drawing on or colouring: mathr.co.uk/diary/2019
I keep a blog of various things that I'm up to. You can visit it here: mathr.co.uk/blog. The blog is implemented in a static site generator of my own creation, called cmcms. You can find that on my code hosting.
Sometimes when I don't feel like blogging I just upload files without comments here: mathr.co.uk/misc.
I have a microblog at: post.lurk.org/@mathr.
I code a lot. You can find some of my git repositories here: code.mathr.co.uk.
I spent some time exploring reaction-diffusion systems, these projects are archived here: rdex.mathr.co.uk.
I'm fascinated by the Mandelbrot set. I wrote a renderer using OpenGL, but it's not very good. You can find it here: mightymandel.mathr.co.uk.
I also forked Kalles Fraktaler 2 to make it compile on Linux with mingw, use GMP for faster calculations, and add other improvements. You can find my version here: mathr.co.uk/kf/kf.html.
I made Inflector Gadget to prototype Julia morphing: mathr.co.uk/ig/ig.html.
Some unsorted images and other bits and pieces can be found here: mathr.co.uk/mandelbrot.
I perform live music by coding in the C programming language, to manipulate audio processing callbacks. You can find out more about it here: mathr.co.uk/clive.
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