Gets all points and angles on the path of a golden spiral based on Fibonacci numbers. The distance between two points is almost constant.

It returns a vector of `[[x, y], angle]`

.

Because of depending on `circle_path`

and `rotate_p`

, remember to include “circle_path.scad” and “rotate_p.scad”.

## Parameters

`from`

: The nth Fibonacci number you wanna start from.`to`

: The nth Fibonacci number you wanna go to.`point_distance`

: Distance between two points on the path.`rt_dir`

:`"CT_CLK"`

for counterclockwise.`"CLK"`

for clockwise. The default value is`"CT_CLK"`

.

## Examples

```
include <circle_path.scad>;
include <rotate_p.scad>;
include <golden_spiral.scad>;
pts_angles = golden_spiral(
from = 3,
to = 10,
point_distance = 1
);
for(pt_angle = pts_angles) {
translate(pt_angle[0])
sphere(0.5);
}
```

```
include <circle_path.scad>;
include <rotate_p.scad>;
include <golden_spiral.scad>;
pts_angles = golden_spiral(
from = 5,
to = 11,
point_distance = 4
);
for(pt_angle = pts_angles) {
translate(pt_angle[0])
rotate([90, 0, pt_angle[1]])
linear_extrude(1, center = true)
text("A", valign = "center", halign = "center");
}
```