We will now draw a Voronoi diagram. Voronoi diagrams are a simple yet very powerful tool used in modeling lots of physical systems. Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voronoi_diagram#Applications) lists more than 20 disciplines of science and technology where Voronoi diagrams are used to model and solve real-world problems.

There are many little variations to the rules for drawing Voronoi diagrams, but the most common type of Voronoi diagram is made by choosing a finite number of points on a 2D plane. We call these points the seeds or the attractors. The tiny blue dots shown in the following image are attractor points. We then map or attach all the points on the plane to their nearest attractor point. All points ...