Some new hyperbolic designs, and much more, available in T-shirt form from https://www.neatoshop.com/artist/Henry-Segerman
I'll be giving an online webinar on my work, and how to make stereographic projection light sculptures in Rhinoceros (the 3D software I use), November 19, 2018, 8:00AM-10:00AM PST. https://wiki.mcneel.com/visualizingmathematics#webinarvisualizing_mathematics_in_rhinoceros
The Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics at Brown University has six post doctoral positions available for our Illustrating Mathematics Fall 2019 semester program. Please apply if you are a recent PhD with an interest in mathematical illustration! https://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/jobs/11969
Video version of the instruction booklet for our MathMechs extensor construction kit! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIlhcfUvt-o
This seems like a hard problem: how do you make a physically manipulable (or at the very least a visual) representation of a puzzle whose moves are not associative?
Video version of the instruction booklet for our MathMechs extensor construction kit! https://youtu.be/eIlhcfUvt-o
#introduction Hi, I've been using Google+ for having interesting discussions on mathematics and physics, particularly visualistations using 3D prints, animations. Since Google+ might be shutting down, I'm trying Mastodon.
I just salvaged all my old posts, and put them on a website:
Here is an example of graphics I do:
Animated version of my Geared Jitterbug (joint work with @sabetta) I learned how to make this kind of animation in Rhino/Grasshopper at Construct3d conference over the weekend, with some help from Edmund Harriss.
Mathematician working mostly in three-dimensional geometry and topology, and mathematical artist working mostly in 3D printing and virtual reality.
A Mastodon instance for maths people. The kind of people who make \(\pi z^2 \times a\) jokes.
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