|Galleries||Meandering Worm Paths Kelly D. Chien 2010-04-05|
eandering worm paths are made up of a list of directions to follow, alternating between turning right or left, and a distance to go forward. After completing the path the worm starts over again at the beginning, repeating the same path starting where it left off. The number of turns to make a full circle can vary from 3 to 10 in these examples. Interestingly, many of these paths end up eventually coming back to the original starting position making a closed loop pattern.