Howto. Manual de Spirograph.
Uno de los juguetes para dibujar más divertidos, que se lo digan a los que diseñan billetes.
Fibonacci tiling of the plane
Following a head injury, Jason Padget developed extraordinary mathematical skills and a weird form of synesthesia that allows him to see the fractal reality.
According to the artist’s profile,
“All are HAND DRAWN using only a pencil, ruler and compass.”
After being kicked in the head repeatedly during a mugging:
“A scan of Padgett’s brain showed damage that was forcing his brain to overcompensate in certain areas that most people don’t have access to, Brogaard explained. The result was Padgett was now an acquired savant, meaning brilliant in a specific area.”
Spirosketch necklace and bracelet set from Polymath Design Lab!
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R. Buckminster Fuller’s U.S. Pavilion for the World Exhibition in Montreal, 1967.
Buckminster Fuller, Laminar Geodesic Dome, United States Patent Office no. 3,203,144, from the portfolio Inventions: Twelve Around One, 1981; screen print in white ink on clear polyester film; 76.2 cm x 101.6 cm; Collection SFMOMA, gift of Chuck and Elizabeth Byrne; © The Estate of R. Buckminster Fuller, All Rights reserved; image courtesy SFMOMA.
4-D hypercube projection animation
Images 1-3 from Marshall et al. 2007. “Stomatopod eye structure and function: A review.” Arthropod Structure & Development. Volume 36, Issue 4, Pages 420–448. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asd.2007.01.006
Image 4 from Marshall et al. 1999. “Behavioural evidence for polarisation vision in stomatopods reveals a potential channel for communication.” Current Biology. Volume 9, Issue 14, Pages 755–758. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0960-9822(99)80336-4
Cabe Charland. “Cube with Ruler and Penlight.” 2007.