Voronoi diagrams are a way of dividing a plane depending on some anchor points. Each point on the plane is assigned to a cell depending on the distance between these anchors. These cells are then colored accordingly, forming what is called a tesselation of the plane. Some pretty pictures if you ask me!
This cart provides an example of an interactive demo displaying random Voronoi diagrams.
- Arrow keys → Move current anchor point (highlighted in black)
- `Z` → Add new anchor in random position
- `X` → Removes current anchor point
- `A` → Cycles through anchors