Several months ago I posted a maze I generated in C++ with OpenGL. Being pre-occupied with molecular biology lately, I took my old code out and adapted the concept for rendering a bacterial plasmid. Specifically, this little beauty is: Borrelia valaisiana VS116 plasmid VS116_cp9, complete sequence. The generative sequence renders quads around in a spiral, trying to accommodate the 9400+ bases in the sequence in less than 725 lines of resolution. This is a circular plasmid, so the physical reality is that it loops back on itself, but rendeirng this as a circle make it impossible to discern any bases. I think you can almost make out the sequence, where the amino acids A/T/G/C are red/blue/green/yellow. Click image for higher res.