Something quick and interesting I did the other day was write a random tree generator at West London Hack Night. We chose to do it in C, which was a change from the normal higher-level languages. I was quite pleased that we ended up with something fairly simple and elegant and got it done within the allotted time. You can see the results up to that point on GitHub.
Since we were “rendering” the tree by writing it to
Go to http://demo.jadex.org/tree to generate your very own tree. Every time is different; a (statistically) unique snowflake.
See the master branch for the latest version.