Mathematical Mountains. By Steve Brunton (GS), Dept. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. This is an excerpt from the bifurcation diagram of a logistic map. This logistic map models population dynamics with reproduction and limited resources, and it is often used as an example of a phenomenon known as "the period-doubling route to chaos." Typical of chaos, many regions in the figure exhibit self-similarity. This picturesque landscape reflects the order that emerges out of chaos.

Perspectiva Corporum Regularium (Perspective of the Regular Solids): Heaven -- Dodecahedron

knitted tessellations... brilliant.

The Geometry of Design (book)

  • Devon M

    Love! Good design is all about the math.

The Geometry of Pasta (book)