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Geometry

The Ham Sandwich Theorem

The Ham Sandwich Theorem

You’d think that when you say you want half a sandwich, it would simply take a straight cut down the middle to get your 50/50 share. But Numberphile explains how it’s not quite that simple of a task if you really want exactly half. Now how to apply theory to reality…

Giant Spirograph Paintings

Giant Spirograph Paintings

Among his diverse works, artist Jason “REVOK” Williams creates enormous Spirograph-style images using a wall-mounted set of wooden gear rings, which allow him to spray paint geometric patterns. Here’s an earlier circular rig he set up.

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Fraktaal

Fraktaal

Digital artist Julius Horsthuis calls his short “fantasy sci-fi story without a story.” What makes his eye-popping film even more amazing is that the structures and planets were generated procedurally, using fractal math. The soundtrack by David Levy seals the deal.

Karma Fields: Skyline

Karma Fields: Skyline

Raven Kwok created this mesmerizing music video for the track Skyline by Karma Fields. The visuals were created using code that is based in part on Voronoi tessellation, a geometric model first used by René Descartes back in 1644.

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