Processing Textured Sphere example, beefed up to use ArcBall (the java code is not displayed here). Can't currently be viewed on line, works OK in browser if you download though. Choice of jupiter or the third stone from sun.
This sketch unfortunately will not currently run in the browser on this site, it does work offline though. It features the retained shape feature of processing 2.0. Novelty is I have applied it here to a toxiclibs sketch. Thumbnail was obtained using my povmesh library to export processing sketch to povray. Note the huge performance using retained shape properly.....
Stochastic menger where a proportion of "cubes" are in fact spheres. Drag mouse to rotate cube, press 'x', 'y' or 'z' to constrain rotation to that axis. Features processing-2.0 (svn) alpha syntax, see code. Color looks somewhat different off-line for me, see thumbnail.
Revisited, updated ArcBall sketch for processing, features PVector and PShape (retained shape). Pressing x, y or z keys "constrains" rotation to that axis. Otherwise drag mouse to rotate (arcball) in and direction. Requires greater than processing-2.0a5 for colored faces . Doesn't work on-line anymore... Also you, can't see the java files included as part of the sketch.
A sketch that tests exporting from processing-2.0.a5, includes the export of toxiclibs mesh to povray mesh2 using a custom library. Original sketch by Karsten Schmidt. NB: use mouse to rotate mesh, export to
PovRAY is and "offline" function so you will need to download the sketch (included pov file designed for PovRAY-3.7). Get povmesh library here https://github.com/monkstone/povmesh
LSystem Fractal, classic from Euclidean Travelling salesman problem.
PS depending on your display you may only see the part of the fractal, The actual shape is a star of David, is that why this is known as a David Tour?
LSystem rules from a paper by Mariano, Moscato & Norman.