Champy by George M. Hart
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How To Make a Hexaflexagon: The Definitive Guide (Vihart)
Pi Day Rant 2020 (Vihart)
Doodling in Math Class: Dragons (Vihart)
Geometric Sculpture (Sculptor George Hart)
Paper Polyhedra (Sculptor George Hart)
Victoria (Vi) Hart, a self-described “recreational mathemusician,” is well-known for creating mathematical videos on YouTube that astound and educate her audiences. Below are a few of her videos combining mathematical concepts with art. But also astounding is Victoria’s father, George M. Hart, a sculptor of geometric forms like Champy, depicted above.
For more Vihart math videos visit her YouTube channel.
This year we’re doing Pi Day as a purely online event. Please feel empowered to eat a pie by yourself. We’re not saying you won’t get coronavirus or give it to someone else, but how often do you get the opportunity to save lives by procrastinating and delaying the inevitable? Slow the spread, wash your hands, and have opinions about mathematical constants.
Things to look up if you want: Dragon Curve, Sierpinski’s Triangle, L-systems, fractals, space-filling curves.
Victoria’s father, George M. Hart, is a sculptor of geometric forms. With degrees in mathematics, engineering and computer science, Dr. Hart describes his work as having patterns and relationships derived from classical ideals of balance and symmetry. Click on any image on his website for a mathematical description of the sculpture as well as related notes, photographs and videos.
George Hart describes the process of making paper polyhedra models, both for their elegant beauty as well as gaining insight into three-dimensional space.
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