Tracking a mouse's movements in Minecraft yields surprisingly beautiful results

It's a 21st Century spirograph

No, you're not peering into a distant galaxy - these visualisations are of all the movements a Reddit user's mouse made while they played various video games.

The games seem to fall into two distinct categories: side to side bowtie shape games, and circular nest-like games.

Above is, which clearly falls into the latter camp, and below is a clear example of the bowtie formation taken from Team Fortress 2. Pretty! Check out more of Gking19's mouse movements below.

Team Fortress 2:




Company of Heroes:

Company of heroes



Via Kotaku


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