The outstanding origami of the multitalented Robby Kraft, who teaches coding to designers and artists at Parsons School of Art And Design in New York and the superbly named School For Poetic Computation.
Vinnie Quinn tweetz:
Special offer from Tesco Drumcondra for the mathematically docile.
In a 2010 interview with Errol Morris, filmed 18 days before Mandelbrot’s death, the legendary mathematician talks about his work and the origin of the word ‘fractal’ with which he will always be associated.
The video was produced as a tribute by IBM (for whom Mandelbrot worked for 35 years)
Mathemusician Vi Hart’s ‘open letter to Nickelodeon’. She’s been very patient, but enough’s enough.
You will learn interesting things, marvel at her nimble mind and perhaps fall in love just a little bit.
Previously: Squiggle Inception
Zachary Abel uses binders, paperclips, playing cards and all kinds of household objects to create these mathematical sculptures.
The Impenetraball (top pic) made from 132 binder clips, is a recent piece that Zachary reckons is strong enough to take his weight (though he hasn’t tested this out yet).