It's certainly an attention-grabbing strategy: https://youtu.be/HnH6KfN1gn0

Clearly, there's a lot of things to try out; I might come back to this subject every so often. (Both pictures were generated thanks to the function featured in https://mathematica.stackexchange.com/a/63064 .)

This one, on the other hand, came from 5×5 upper Hessenberg matrices with the same rules for the superdiagonal entries, but with a zero diagonal and a subdiagonal of -1.

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Featured below, for instance, is a plot of the book's parametric equations for buccoli. I'd been thinking about new stuff to do for math art, and this seems to drum up some fresh ideas.

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This page by Robert Ferréol (https://mathcurve.com/surfaces.gb/goursat/goursat.shtml) features Goursat surfaces that have icosahedral symmetry. I've always wondered if it's possible to get a surface that looks like a rounded version of the truncated icosahedron, but I have not been successful in tweaking the formula from that page.

@JordiGH just checking, have you already noticed that you are following 666 accounts?

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