Computer Science Geek

Project 365 (2019) 28 September

“Especially with complicated formulas, it’s easier to keep track of the original grid and the three-dimensional form using two different coordinate systems: one for the original two-dimensional grid and another for the positions in three-dimensional space.”

I have no idea what that means. I don’t even have the foggiest notion of a hint of any speculation on what it means. But I assume Phillip does. This is one of the differences between Phillip and me. Another difference: he has the tenacity and determination to complete a 365 photo project. More than one 365 photo project, in fact. And that’s on top of the tenacity and determination to understand how using two different coordinate systems somehow makes it easier to…to do that thing with multi-dimensional space.

Also? Phillip drinks the sort of tea that I wouldn’t drink for fear it might have a frog in it.

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