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Dimensions wins the Prix d'Alembert.Posted on 2010-06-21 12:30
|The film "Dimensions", that I made together with Etienne Ghys and Aurélien Alvarez, won the "Prix d'Alembert a bi-annual price given by the French Mathematical Society to the best projects in math vulgarization. |
The MandelboxPosted on 2010-05-28 11:53
|I wrote another article (again only in French, sorry!) about this special kind of 3D fractal.|
There now is a small new gallery with some images on this subject..
More hyperbolics...Posted on 2010-04-22 14:32
|I wrote an article (only in French, sorry!) about transformations of tilings of the Poincaré disc.
There now is a small new gallery with some images on this subject.|
All this is based on work by Vladimir Bulatov.
The Mandelbulb fractal and more...Posted on 2009-12-05 18:28
|Just as I got interested in the techniques for creating fractals in 3D, there was a community of enthusiasts who collaborated through the internet in the search for a 3D version of the Mandelbrot fractal.|
The result is not quite the holy grail they were looking for, but the object they named the Mandelbulb is quite fascinating.
So here are two new galleries : my collection of general 3D fractals and Mandelbulbs.
As usual, all the images were created in Ultrafractal.
To know more about the Mandelbulb, read this article (in French) or this version (in Italian).
A film on refraction in waterPosted on 2009-09-17 20:27
|I just finished a film together with Xavier Caruso, a mathematician working for the French center for scientific research on the effects of refraction in water.
The commentary of the film is in French, no other languages available so far.|
Something completely differentPosted on 2009-01-28 19:06
|Xantox encouraged and helped me to create a visualisation of a canon by Johann Sebastian Bach. This is one of the many ingenious pieces by Bach: this one sounds just as good played from start to end, played from end to start, or played start to end and end to start simultaneously. Here it is.|
The hyperbolic chamberPosted on 2009-01-05 00:10
|This is an article about hyperbolic geometry. Even if you don't like math, you might want to look at the pictures.|
Try this for instance.
I also updated my article on the Droste effect.
Hyperbolic EscherPosted on 2008-08-15 00:08
|M.C. Escher only made four "Circle limit" drawings. These are tilings in hyperbolic geometry.|
I now have a small gallery of 20 more of these: plain tilings in Euclidian geometry by M.C.Escher, transformed into the hyperbolic variety.
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