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"HTML5 canvas" always a good thing. Good job +Andrea Rossi and +Google Chrome
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Quick quiz: what does y=tan(x) look like when graphed on the X-Y plane? How about y=x^(1/2), or y=cos(x)?

This Chrome Experiment by +Andrea Rossi brings familiar functions like these to life by interactively drawing them to the HTML5 canvas with stunning effects. Adjust the speed, function type, and a host of other criteria, and watch as “RotaTron” produces colorful drawings with dizzying complexity. After you’re done, you can export your creations as an image -- check out the one that the team made below.

You can create your own “RotaTron” drawing here: http://www.chromeexperiments.com/detail/rotatron/

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can you solve and explain pls
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