So, the euler spiral! It’s the big one at the top. It’s traced out by the parametric equations written under it.

I thought something interesting would happen if I replaced the cosine and the sine with the derivatives of the parameterizations of various other curves, and then this happened.

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    also known as the Cornu spiral, also known for being cool as shit. It describes diffraction.
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