This is the basic shape (though shaded differently). It came out of an exploration of patterns formed using sequences of different numbers of wedges, hastened by trying to do this https://twitter.com/HypercubicPeg/status/1081309474831458311?s=20&t=GQRVfJWvcb9aOWYh29P4Jw
and of course related to playing with #wedgesquiggles
(2/3) In these pages, I look at what happens if I change the sequence of numbers that I use to construct the squiggle from the simple 1,2,3,…,n. I also take a look at why for ‘linear’ squiggles, the centers of rotation of the parts of the squiggle lie on one of two lines.
Sifter of patterns, collector of books, maker of jigs, random math weirdo, writer, artist, poet, musician, polymath...(location: Hopefully with Wonko the Sane)
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