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The Möbius strip — sometimes called the Möbius band — is named after mathematician and astronomer August Ferdinand Möbius, who came up with the idea in September 1858. Curiously, German mathematician Johann Benedict Listing independently developed the same idea a few months earlier in July 1858. Unfortunately for Listing, one of the most famous surfaces in mathematics bears the name of Möbius, not Listing.

So what's the big deal with the Möbius strip? It's quite simple, actually. The Möbius strip is famous because it has only one side and one edge.

Read & learn:
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/MoebiusStrip.html
https://wonderopolis.org/wonder/what-is-a-mobius-strip

Animation by OmniDaily
http://omnidaily.tumblr.com/

#mathematics #animation #C4D #mobius #science

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Pure mathematics is in its way the poetry of logical ideas.
~Albert Einstein

Work by +bigblueboo

#animation #math #coding #processing
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Geometrical peculiarities
...or nostalgia for living forms that haunts geometry, in my case ;)

Work by +bigblueboo
http://bigblueboo.tumblr.com/

#math #coding #processing #geometry #science
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Superposition
(Visual paradox)

A stunning creation from Charlie Deck>>
http://bigblueboo.tumblr.com/post/154554506651/bigblueboo-superposition-visual-paradox

Every experience is a paradox in that it means to be absolute, and yet is relative; in that it somehow always goes beyond itself and yet never escapes itself.
T. S. Eliot

#Creativity, #VisualParadox, #Geometry
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* A visual proof that ¼ + 1/16 + 1/64 + … = 1/3*

Work by +Matthew Henderson
http://blog.matthen.com/

#math #animation #science #coding
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Resonance clock
“Life is a full circle, widening until it joins the circle motions of the infinite.”
~ Anaïs Nin

Work by +bigblueboo

#math #processing #animation
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Play of Circles

This animation from Matt Henderson (aka Matthen) dates back to 2013. I found it by serendipity, and I'm sharing it because there is an interesting, simple problem to solve.

The author writes:

Two touching identical circles have the same area as the negative space they create in a circumscribing larger circle. That allows us to create this gif, where the circles transform without changing area. [can you prove the first sentence?]

► Source>> http://blog.matthen.com/post/55197665403/two-touching-identical-circles-have-the-same-area

#Mathematics, #Gifs, #Geometry, #Circles
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"The pyramid shape is said to hold many secrets and amazing properties. One of them is a sense of wonder.” 
― Vera Nazarian

Work by Charlie Deck

#C4D #animation #math
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Self-dual by Clayton Shonkwiler
Well, after seeing this work I guess I need to get back to C4D.
Love the intricate web core.

Source:
https://dribbble.com/shots/3533279-Self-Dual

#math #geometry #creativecoding #illustration
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