122 Photos - Jul 26, 2013
Photo: Reza SarhangiPhoto: Harold KrotoPhoto: Harold KrotoPhoto: Harold KrotoPhoto: Harold KrotoPhoto: Harold KrotoPhoto: Harold KrotoPhoto: Harold KrotoPhoto: Harold KrotoPhoto: Photo: Programs by Jarke J. van WijkVideo: Flow program, by Jarke J. van WijkVideo: Photo: Regular maps program, by Jarke J. van WijkPhoto: Regular maps program, by Jarke J. van WijkPhoto: Regular maps program, by Jarke J. van WijkPhoto: Arjeh Cohen asked his student Jarke J. van Wijk to make a visualizing program for Seifert surfaces.Video: Seifertview, by Jarke J. van WijkPhoto: Jarke J. van WijkPhoto: Jarke J. van WijkPhoto: Mucubocatahedron, by S. Louse GouldPhoto: Mucubocatahedron (left) and the Murhombicuboctahedron (right), by S. Louse GouldPhoto: Islamic Fractal Star and flower by Phil Webseter.Photo: Chern ChuangPhoto: Superdodecahedron with V-shaped connections of xC80 (left), and C60xC60 (right), by Chern ChuangPhoto: Photo: E8 Polytope stringy art, by José L. Rodríguez.Photo: Mother's day, by Halina Rosciszewska-Narloch.Photo: Photo: Woven islamic star pattern, by Craig KaplanPhoto: Woven islamic star pattern, by Craig KaplanPhoto: Moira Chass and her daughter, watching the E8 Polytope stringy art.Video: Wired surface models, by Dmitri Kozlow.Photo: Wired surface models, by Dmitri Kozlow (with Anne Rudanovski).Photo: Wired surface models, by Dmitri Kozlow.Photo: 3D printed models, by Saul Shleimer and Henry Sagerman.Photo: 3D printed models, by Saul Shleimer and Henry Sagerman.Photo: 3D printed models, by Saul Shleimer and Henry Sagerman.Photo: 3D printed models, by Saul Shleimer and Henry Sagerman.Photo: 3D printed models, by Saul Shleimer and Henry Sagerman.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Video: Pentidisk, from outside and from inside.Photo: PentidiskPhoto: Unfolding symmetric fractal trees, by Bernat Espigulé Pons.Photo: Unfolding symmetric fractal trees, by Bernat Espigulé Pons.Photo: Unfolding symmetric fractal trees, by Bernat Espigulé Pons.Video: Unfolding symmetric fractal trees, by Bernat Espigulé Pons.Photo: Unfolding symmetric fractal trees, by Bernat Espigulé Pons.Photo: Unfolding symmetric fractal trees, by Bernat Espigulé Pons.Photo: Unfolding symmetric fractal trees, by Bernat Espigulé Pons.Photo: Unfolding symmetric fractal trees, by Bernat Espigulé Pons.Photo: Unfolding symmetric fractal trees, by Bernat Espigulé Pons.Photo: Unfolding symmetric fractal trees, by Bernat Espigulé Pons.Photo: Pentisdisc ZOME construction.Photo: Pentisdisc ZOME construction.Photo: Pentisdisc ZOME construction.Video: Octa-boy half-shell, by Carlo SequinPhoto: Connected rectangles, by Tom Verhoeff and Bart Van OverbeekePhoto: A homeomorphic breafast, by Tiffany Inglis.Photo: A homeomorphic breafast, by Tiffany Inglis.Photo: Pulsation, by Phil Webster.Photo: Pulsation, by Phil Webster.Photo: Francesco de Comite's talk.Photo: Francesco de Comite's talk.Photo: Francesco de Comite's talk.Photo: Francesco de Comite's talk.Photo: From Douglas Burkholder's talk.Photo: From Douglas Burkholder's talk.Photo: From Douglas Burkholder's talk.Photo: From Robert Fathauer's talkPhoto: From Robert Fathauer's talkVideo: From Robert Fathauer's talkPhoto: From Robert Fathauer's talkPhoto: From Robert Fathauer's talkPhoto: Isabella graph, by Raymond AschheimPhoto: Friedhelm KürpigPhoto: Putting 224 pieces in order, by Anne Rudanowski.Photo: Poetry on a tethraedron, by Tatiana Bonch-Osmolovskaya.Photo: Borromean five, by Marc ChamberlandPhoto: Photo: String surfaces, by David H. Press.Photo: 224 pieces in order, by Anne Rudanowski.Video: Glass Boy's cube, by Roger Vilder.Photo: Slide models for the cyclide, a sphere penetrated by two helicoids, and a rhomic triacontahedron, by Friedhelm Kürpig.Photo: Surfaces by Alison Grace MartinPhoto: Hilbert likewise curve, by Robert FathauerPhoto: Codes on surfaces for future, by Ashely Zelinskie.Video: String art, by David H. Press.Photo: Heptagram constructions by Melle Stoel.Photo: String art, by David H. PressPhoto: eHIV Fulleren corner, by Forrest Macluer.Photo: Power suply virus and HIV Fulleren corner, by Forrest Macluer.Video: A surface of genus 11, with the shape of a dodecahedron, it has negative curvature, made by hexhagons and heptagons, by Alison Grace Martin.Photo: Plywood polyhedra by Roland Gagneux.Photo: See previous description.Photo: George Hart and Alison Grace MartinPhoto: Video: Video: Photo: Photo: "As abofe so Below" by Martin Levin.Photo: "As abofe so Below" by Martin Levin.Video: Bob Rollings.Video: "As abofe so Below" by Martin Levin.Photo: "As abofe so Below" by Martin Levin.Photo: Rhombic triacontahedron, by Bob Rollings.Photo: Rhombic triacontahedron and rhombic dodecahedron, by Bob Rollings.Photo: Rhombic triacontahedron and rhombic dodecahedron, by Bob Rollings.Photo: Photo: Stellated dodecahedron with folded hardware cloth, by Richard Harrington.Photo: George Hart hanging his trio.Photo: Skew mad weave polyehdra by Paul Gailiunas (on the left) and George Hart on the right assembling his trio paper structures (which can transport in a small envelope). I've seen the envelope!!Video: "Disco ball explosion" by Laura Shea.Photo: Video: Spherical nodus structure jumping!Video: Torus and Moebius band by Dmitri KozlovVideo: Spherical knotted structure by Dmitri KozlovVideo: Platonic solids from the rhombic triacontahedron, by Bob Rollings.Photo: Art by Laura Shea.