# Tag Archives: Archimedes spiral

## Draw a hyperbolic spiral in C#

A hyperbolic spiral, which is also called an reciprocal spiral, is the inverse of an Archimedes spiral. It uses the equation r = A / θ to generate points on a spiral. This spiral has a couple of interesting properties. … Continue reading

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## Draw a logarithmic spiral in C#

The post Draw an Archimedes spiral in C# uses the equation r = A˙θ to generate the points on a spiral. This example is almost exactly the same except it uses the equation to r = A˙eB˙θ to generate its … Continue reading

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## Draw a filled spiral in C#

My post Draw an Archimedes spiral in C# explained how to draw multiple Archimedes spirals starting at a common center point. This post shows how you can fill the spaces between the spirals with colors. The basic idea is to … Continue reading

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## Draw an Archimedes spiral in C#

An archimedes spiral is defined by the polar coordinate equation r = A * θ. It’s just as simple as that, and this would be a significantly shorter post except for one question: how do you know how big you … Continue reading

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