Drawing a Cat with epicycles

Download the file for better performance. Once you download it, set the maximum value of the slider m to 63, which is the number of points defining the cat. You can study the GGBScript for details in the Setup button. In this version I was able to reduce the amount of lists to calculate the Discrete Fourier Transform with low frequencies. Check this tweet to see an animation: https://twitter.com/PonceCampuzano/status/1219928096880525317?s=20 Finally, this is an adaptation from the amazing worksheet https://www.geogebra.org/m/vexwne6r made by Humberto Jose Bortolossi (https://www.geogebra.org/u/hjbortol) Enjoy!
For more info about the Discrete Fourier Transform check these links: http://brettcvz.github.io/epicycles/  https://youtu.be/qS4H6PEcCCA