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Charleston students launch clothing line designed by algorithms

September 6, 2016 GMT

Four years ago, Hunter Heidenreich was interested in computer programming and art, so he started writing code that used algebra and trigonometry to draw patterns.

Basic algorithms, he realized, could produce interesting designs, colorful combinations of arcs and asymptotes — curving graph lines — you might expect from a graphing calculator gone haywire.

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