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Have you seen the short film Tango?

https://vimeo.com/38580206

That took him seven months to make. Using a Kinect2 sensor makes it easy!

Source code:

https://github.com/cambridgelovelace/...

This is a test piece for a public installation. Come and make your own films with it at our John Wallis workshop, on November 27th 2016: http://www.cambridgelovelace.org/

https://vimeo.com/38580206

That took him seven months to make. Using a Kinect2 sensor makes it easy!

Source code:

https://github.com/cambridgelovelace/...

This is a test piece for a public installation. Come and make your own films with it at our John Wallis workshop, on November 27th 2016: http://www.cambridgelovelace.org/

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The Wallis Sieve is a variant on the Sierpiński Carpet. It has the remarkable property that the remaining area (in blue) is equal to the unit circle, shown in green.

Blog post about it by +Ed Pegg:

http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/822984

We're hosting a workshop to learn about the work of John Wallis. If you're in Cambridge, UK on Sunday 27th November then come along:

http://www.cambridgelovelace.org/

Blog post about it by +Ed Pegg:

http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/822984

We're hosting a workshop to learn about the work of John Wallis. If you're in Cambridge, UK on Sunday 27th November then come along:

http://www.cambridgelovelace.org/

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A reciprocating structure, analysed in 1695 by John Wallis. Come to our workshop on 27th November to find out more!

https://twitter.com/camlovelace

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reciprocal_frame

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Wallis

https://twitter.com/camlovelace

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reciprocal_frame

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Wallis

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So having worked on part of the HoloLens project previously (without knowing it until later!), I am now excited to say that I have joined the HoloLens team officially.

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*that's*what I've been working on! This actually looks fun. Loving the Minecraft bits. Post has shared content

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Pleats + tessellation = deformable structural mesh

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"The Buddhabrot lives in a 4D space, and rotating through different projections onto a 2D screen does better justice to its intricate shapes."

https://benedikt-bitterli.me/buddhabrot/

https://benedikt-bitterli.me/buddhabrot/

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Still a work in progress but I'm happy to have captured the 3-way clam-shell folding that wraps the fundamental domain of the Klein Quartic onto its matching edges in the 3D embedding.

Rather than animate by hand, I'm letting the mesh relax with a spring model after making cuts, then playing the animation backwards to show the mesh folding itself up.

Rather than animate by hand, I'm letting the mesh relax with a spring model after making cuts, then playing the animation backwards to show the mesh folding itself up.

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