#### Instructions

- Make sure you are running a browser with WebGL enabled.
- Click in black box to add another point to the set of input points.
- Click and keep mouse down to temporarily add a point. Drag your mouse around to watch how the new input point influences the Voronoi diagram. On release, the new point will be added.
- To make a query point, such that the Voronoi diagram will display the stolen area from the nearest neighbors, check the NNI query point box before adding the point.
- If you would like to save a diagram for reuse later, copy the data from the data field and simply reload it in later.

For more info read my blog post on the app.

#### Settings

Width:

Height:

Cone Radius:

Triangles/cone:

NNI Query point?

#### Input data

#### Motion

Speed (Pixels/sec):

User defined:

Define your own speed function below with Javascript in terms of time

*t*(optional array, length 4, of random variables*rand*):
Examples:

- Sinusoidal:
*5 * Math.sin(t)* - Random linear speed:
*rand[0]* 15* - Random quadratic speed:
*2 * rand[1] * t + rand[0] * 10* - Possibly cubic:
*Math.round(rand[1]) * Math.pow(t,2) + rand[0] * 10*