Thread: Math art

    • 10 years 10 months ago
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    Okay, this is super geeky of me, but I just had to share my first attempt at math art:



    The equation for this algebraic heart is (x^2 + (1.5)^2*y^2 + z^2 – 1)^3 – x^2*z^3 – (1.5)^2/20*y^2*z^3 = 0.
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      To quote Barbie "Math is hard!"

      But great job, Its certainly original!
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        Haha cool. Yeah many people don't realize it, but math is everywhere in art. Like Polykleitos's template of ideal human anatomical proportions, all done with math. Plus all the interesting natural constants like the Natural log e, Pi, and Phi (a really interesting golden ruleactually) all of them show up in nature and basic aesthetic elements of design. Very neat.

        But that's pretty cool, kinda looks like the rough for a 3D animatin model ^^
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          WOW I DID NOT KNOW MATH WAS SO COOL!

          CRAP MY CAPS LOCK IS ON!!!!!

          There, now its off!

          Anyway good work!!
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            wow, thats pretty neat...
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              thats pretty cool, i love math art stuff like this. i especially find things like fractals interesting too with all the patterns inside patterns and such
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                Dude... awesome!
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                  woah.. i dare not try that lest i hurt my brains.
                  Mew
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                    thanx
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                      This is my favourite one, but then it is by Matika!
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                        Quote by jamigram
                        This is my favourite one, but then it is by Matika!


                        Oh Jamie...you are quite loverly...
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                          Ooh, now I can say " I ((x^2 + (1.5)^2*y^2 + z^2 – 1)^3 – x^2*z^3 – (1.5)^2/20*y^2*z^3 = 0) You"!
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                            Quote by Edymnion
                            Ooh, now I can say " I ((x^2 + (1.5)^2*y^2 + z^2 – 1)^3 – x^2*z^3 – (1.5)^2/20*y^2*z^3 = 0) You"!


                            Been waiting all your life to use that quote, Haven't you?
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                              Quote by Edymnion
                              Ooh, now I can say " I ((x^2 + (1.5)^2*y^2 + z^2 – 1)^3 – x^2*z^3 – (1.5)^2/20*y^2*z^3 = 0) You"!


                              im gonna say that to my genuis dad and see if he understands me...
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                                Quote by Edymnion
                                Ooh, now I can say " I ((x^2 + (1.5)^2*y^2 + z^2 – 1)^3 – x^2*z^3 – (1.5)^2/20*y^2*z^3 = 0) You"!


                                LOL You think you'll get anywhere with that line?
                                  • 10 years 6 months ago
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                                  Study of a 4D object

                                  http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/39254593/
                                  Mew
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                                    Awesome.
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