Fractals. One can only admire their intrinsic beauty for they represent one of the most popular ways to turn math into pleasing visuals. These mathematical creatures make many intriguing, mind blowing appearances in nature. There are several kinds of fractals that are characterized by the method used to generate them and one of the most notorious is without doubt the Julia Mandelbrot Set (find a Unity/shader implementation here) but it is far from being the only interesting example; ...

Cute and playful are these boids. Because implementing algorithms correctly isn't the only challenge, you also want that behaviour to convey some vibes and possibly make them look a bit alive. How can you make these minimal simulated flocking boids convey some idea of playfulness? As important as developing algorithms properly is to mix different behaviours and balance their parameters, which I leave to you to have fun with. ...

Just a small but growing collection of little Unity toys with more or less typical mathematical tricks implemented in a fragment shader. What's impressive is, as often happens in maths, the simplicity of most formulas when implemented. I've always found coding a really good way of understanding maths. I adapted these old snippets I made in Processing to ShaderLab/CG. I intentionally shared in their most basic form to leave room to creativity. ...

I do have a hell of a fun with generative graphics; if you do too and you want to save some of your creations to a file at runtime and load them later on, here's your today's chocolate cake. i use this method especially where it takes time to generate a topology and loading it is a lot quicker than regenerating it. ...