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M. Escher, raam

M. Escher, raam

Beauty and the Maths • mathmajik: The Prime Number Spiral was allegedly discovered by physicist Stanislaw Ulam while doodling during a boring physics talk.  When the natural numbers are arranged in a spiral on a grid, and the prime numbers are highlighted, an interesting pattern emerges: diagonal lines appear. The effect seems sufficiently obvious to preclude any sort of optical illusion, but thus far there is no explanation for the effect

Beauty and the Maths • mathmajik: The Prime Number Spiral was allegedly discovered by physicist Stanislaw Ulam while doodling during a boring physics talk. When the natural numbers are arranged in a spiral on a grid, and the prime numbers are highlighted, an interesting pattern emerges: diagonal lines appear. The effect seems sufficiently obvious to preclude any sort of optical illusion, but thus far there is no explanation for the effect

Incredible detailed Illustration

Incredible detailed Illustration

Fibonacci spiral - The stairway has not changed size - it only appears to do so as it gets further away. The optical illusion  does this in the perfect proportion of Phi, the "Golden Ratio".  Artists have always know this - it is how they convey 3 dimensional perspective on a 2 dimensional canvas.

Fibonacci spiral - The stairway has not changed size - it only appears to do so as it gets further away. The optical illusion does this in the perfect proportion of Phi, the "Golden Ratio". Artists have always know this - it is how they convey 3 dimensional perspective on a 2 dimensional canvas.

Freaky+Optical+Illusions | STRANGE OPTICAL ILLUSION - FREAKY!

Freaky+Optical+Illusions | STRANGE OPTICAL ILLUSION - FREAKY!

Maurits Cornelis Escher - Angels and Devils (Study of Regular Division of the Plane), 1941

Maurits Cornelis Escher - Angels and Devils (Study of Regular Division of the Plane), 1941

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M. C. Escher

M. C. Escher

These animated sculptures are freakishly hypnotizing Read more Technology News Here --> http://digitaltechnologynews.com  Some mathematicians will tell you that patterns exist all around us.  For John Edmark an art lecturer at Stanford patterns found in nature are the inspiration behind the mesmerizing sculptures called Blooms.   Each sculpture is 3D-printed and mimics patterns found in pinecones and sunflowers. They appear to come to life when rotated and filmed with a very slow shutter…

These animated sculptures are freakishly hypnotizing Read more Technology News Here --> http://digitaltechnologynews.com Some mathematicians will tell you that patterns exist all around us. For John Edmark an art lecturer at Stanford patterns found in nature are the inspiration behind the mesmerizing sculptures called Blooms. Each sculpture is 3D-printed and mimics patterns found in pinecones and sunflowers. They appear to come to life when rotated and filmed with a very slow shutter…

geometry matters

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