This project seeks to explore randomness, it's connections to repetition, and the beauty that can be found in something that has no thought or reason in the final product. It also attempts to explore the limits of randomness, questioning the possibility of ever attaining something that is truly random. I went about this project in two distinct ways, from a real life object perspective, and from a computer generated mathematical perspective. These two approaches contrast one another but both produce the same sensation of fascination as our brains attempt to bring order and structure to something that without either. This page shows the second part of this project, using computer generated objects. The real objects aspect of this project can be found here.