Draw a Fibonacci Spiral

Fibonacci Spiral

Fibonacci Spiral


Welcome to the Draw a Fibonacci Spiral tool! This tool allows you to generate a Fibonacci spiral based on the specified number of rectangles, starting coordinates, and rotation angle.

Steps to Use the Tool:

  1. Number of Rectangles: Enter the desired number of rectangles to be drawn to form the spiral.
  2. Starting X-coordinate: Specify the starting X-coordinate of the spiral.
  3. Starting Y-coordinate: Specify the starting Y-coordinate of the spiral.
  4. Rotation Angle (degrees): Enter the rotation angle in degrees to determine the spiral's curvature.
  5. Draw Spiral: Click the "Draw Spiral" button to generate the Fibonacci spiral based on your inputs.


  • Dynamic Generation: The tool dynamically generates the Fibonacci spiral based on the user-defined parameters.
  • Real-time Visualization: As you adjust the input values, the spiral updates in real-time, providing instant feedback.
  • Customizable: Users can customize the number of rectangles, starting coordinates, and rotation angle to create different Fibonacci spirals.


  • Visualization: Provides a visual representation of the Fibonacci spiral, showcasing the characteristic spiral pattern formed by Fibonacci rectangles.
  • Educational Tool: Ideal for students learning about Fibonacci sequences and their applications in geometry and nature.
  • Exploration: Allows users to explore various configurations of the Fibonacci spiral and observe how changes in parameters affect its shape.


  • Q: What is a Fibonacci Spiral?
    • A: A Fibonacci spiral is a spiral curve formed by creating adjacent squares whose side lengths are Fibonacci numbers. It demonstrates the relationship between the Fibonacci sequence and the golden ratio.
  • Q: How does the rotation angle affect the spiral?
    • A: The rotation angle determines the curvature of the spiral. A larger angle will result in a more tightly wound spiral, while a smaller angle will produce a more loosely wound spiral.