The LineIntegralConvolutionPlot[] function in Mathematica is defined by the Wolfram Mathematica Documentation Center as :

LineIntegralConvolutionPlot[{vx,vy},{x,xmin,xmax},{y,ymin,ymax}]

generates a line integral convolution plot of white noise with the vector field {vx,vy}.

LineIntegralConvolutionPlot[] can also generate the plot of an image convolved with a vector field .

I will give some plots of line integral convolutions of a number of vector fields . These plots have often visually appealing forms.

Here is the first plot :

The Mathematica code for the image above is :

Below are some more line integral convolution plots using various “ColorFunction” options .The frame has been removed from these plots :

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And below is another line integral convolution plot with the external frame modified with Photoshop . Looks like a nice piece of art …

The Mathematica code for the image above is :

A last example of a line integral convolution plot with a large size :

Mathematica code for the image above ;

For more information about this subject see for example the Wikipedia article about Line Integral Covolution .

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