Then I saw a picture on Wired Science and thought that somebody had knitted a mathematical equation in 3-D.

It turned out that it was a Mandelbulb, a 3-D visualisation of a fractal called a Mandelbrot set. After seeing some videos like the next one, I still think that this is just like a cool knitting work...

Here is an example from a Finnish knitting blog nekkisneuleet. Using different patterns, someone could really knit a visualisation. Too bad I am not good in designing...

Finally Makezine led me to some really impressive polyhedra made of playing cards, again by George Hart

## 3 comments:

hello, now found a very interesting fact that in Fig. geometricras :)

1p 2p 3p 4p 5p ......

1c 1l 1t 1q 1p'

3c 3l 4t 4q

6c 6l 6t

10c 10l .............15c

p-points

c-circles

l-lines

t-triangles

q-square

p'-pentagon

now I'm trying to see that k relationship can have with this numbering or teroria Fibonacci numbers .. up or if someone did something to it. help is welcome :)

TDuraes

hello, now found a very interesting fact that in Fig. geometricras :)

1p 2p 3p 4p 5p ......

1c 1l 1t 1q 1p'

...3c 3l 4t 4q

......6c 6l 6t

.........10c 10l .............15c

p-points

c-circles

l-lines

t-triangles

q-square

p'-pentagon

now I'm trying to see that k relationship can have with this numbering or teroria Fibonacci numbers .. up or if someone did something to it. help is welcome :)

TDuraes

*15c to 10l under

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