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Mathematical Art and Architecture

The website of BitArtWorks contains a wealth of mathematical art.


There are many examples of art in various categories, such as paths, strange attractors, and sticks, as seen here at the right.

There are also several series of spirolaterals.  A spirolateral is a figure formed through a repeated process of straight line segments and fixed angles.

Plenty of material here to admire and inspire!

Click here to see more in Art.


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