See the first 4 million digits of Pi

This online visualization represents the first 4,000,000 decimals of Pi within a single image. Each unique digit of Pi corresponds to a specific color, and is rendered as a 1x1 pixel dot. You can also search for the first occurrences of any specific decimal combination.


Comments

Fawn Nguyen said…
This is insane! Thanks, Maria.

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