A disk is divided into smaller and smaller partitions within a subdivision process (iteration).
at the circle level there are 1 to 16 subdivisions (rings), at the radial level there are 4 to 32 subdivisions (pie slices).
this process is controlled individually by means of various random values, so that each new build-up and decay cycle follows one another. on 30 seconds of video this results in 6 cycles that flow into one another.
the fillings of these “partitions” consist of color gradients, which are composed of 2 randomly chosen colors by means of a random line structure. several predefined color arrays result in a specific color composition.
the entire animation is basically generated from a line (line command) by various algorithms and loops.