Justin Windle (aka Soulwire) is an interactive developer at Fi and writes “toys” such as this nifty “Super Recursion Toy” that allows you to explore branching algorithms. I played around with the settings and selected Beech Tree to obtain the picture above. There are lots of settings to play around for lots of fun shapes.
Other toys include a Mushroom Coral Generator, Primordial Soup Generator, Bit Based Wander, Triangulations, Show Me Your Bits, Fragmented WebGL Mesh, Noise-Reactive Particle Sphere, Particle Node Sequencer, Recursive Polygon Subdivision, and more. It’s the perfect 15 minutes wind down you need on a stressful day.