### Hidden information within 2D patterns?

The following pattern yields yet another familiar pattern when each pixel is elevated according to its derived value. Behold:

Base pattern generated with `round(sqrt(pow(`

*n*, 2.71828 ))*2.71828)%2==0:

The same algorithm, but pixels are elevated along the Y axis according to the spiral counter's distilled value (e.g. 14 = 5, 11 = 2). This technique governs all numbers, no matter how large to be boiled down to no more than 9 units.

Now, the image is slightly tilted to reveal the depth we added above. Note those nested "U" shapes.

We injected new information into this pattern by taking a 2D image and making it 3D by imparting elevation to each pixel. Now let's see if these "U" shapes persist when other pattern algorithms are applied...

`round(`*n*/2.71828)**n*%2==0

Secondary pattern emerges from tilted image:

So, is there hidden information with the 2D patterns here? The answer, of course (alas, hindsight), is no. We added the information to the pattern when we made it 3D.

See e - Mathematical Constant Mapped on a Ulam Spiral for the Flash-based images created from the algorithms above.

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