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Finally, a rational way to organize artwork on a wall! This display is a recap of all the images I did for this project since Jan. 1st. A pose from my stochastic art project schedule? Not at all! Random is the positioning of the images, elegant is the…

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Strange Attractors are mathematical systems that tend to evolve over time. When drawn with a random set of parameters, the odds of someone else picking the same parameters or getting the same image is 1 in 2^128. I saved this one so we can compare!

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54 rooms. In each room, a tale of romance, intrigue, and passion at the court of Empress Akiko. No two stories are the same. In front of each door, a unique symbol. Never twice the same either. The book was written in the early 11th century Japan. It…

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The Ulam spiral If we were to show graphically how prime numbers grow and expand, we’ll see an ever-expanding spiral – a Ulam spiral called after mathematician Stanislav Ulam who discovered it. I extracted my spiral pattern from Adam Freidin’s script on…

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What are the chances to align such a pleasant mirror-inverted symmetry in the positioning of these spheres together? Not many according to Lucas Isei’s script: – attr(‘cx’, d => (d.x + Math.random())), attr(‘cy’, d => (d.y + Math.random())) -. For good…

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The electronic version of Math-Art, Vol 1 – Conformal maps – is now available on on the Apple store (Color) – https://apple.co/2rMkalG and on Kindle (B&W) – https://amzn.to/2IMUoaI

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A random walk sounds like fun. Who hasn’t tried it before? This is the result of 250 random walks around a 32×31 grid where walks were limited to 3050 steps. And guess what happened? Art having no boundaries – I thanked Jim Kan for setting up the game and…

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In statistics, collinearity is used to predict the association between two variables. I expanded Mike Bostock’s original tile into a symmetrical inverted pattern to get this design. It may not solve the mathematical problem but oddly, it is reminiscent of…

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Neurons interaction in a spiral pattern. We may not yet understand fully the elements of randomness by which our neuron associate with each other to form a clear thought. One approach is to study the framework in which it happens – linear, circular or…

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Different sizes and perspective of the same original sample of 2 and 6 neurons randomly communicating with each other. The blue tiles – 2 neurons communicating in 2 layers. The tan tiles, 6 neurons communicating in 6 layers. Not much difference it seems,…

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