Math as Art: Part 4 “Strange Attractors”

There is nothing better than the feeling of satisfaction after bringing something from abstract idea to the physical world.

Thank you Anaphora for being super awesome!

And specifically, thank you Christopher Jones, Rebecca Laurito, and Cory Tiffin!!


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1 Response to “Math as Art: Part 4 “Strange Attractors””

  1. November 29, 2012 at 3:27 pm

    Sorry to anyone who just tried to watch the video of Strange Attractors…web admin fail. Fixed now..enjoy!

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