The 127.237 first digits -base 6- of 'pi' viewed as a huge integer number and displayed as an 'absolute' tridimensional random walk [Les 127.237 premières 'décimales' -base 6- de 'pi' considérées comme un grand nombre entier et visualisées comme une marche aléatoire tridimensionnelle 'absolue'].




Each digit N -base 6- defines the current step of an "absolute" tridimensional random walk:
                    digit=0 ==> move(+1,0,0)
                    digit=1 ==> move(-1,0,0)
                    digit=2 ==> move(0,+1,0)
                    digit=3 ==> move(0,-1,0)
                    digit=4 ==> move(0,0,+1)
                    digit=5 ==> move(0,0,-1)


The coordinates {X,Y,Z} are renormalized as follows:
                    [-0.64,+1.808]x[-0.844,+2.66]x[-3.996,+0.816] --> [0.1,0.9]x[0.1,0.9]x[0.1,0.9]



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[See the 100.000 first digits -base 10- of 'pi'.]


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