A Few of My Favorite Spaces: The Bicylinder

Also known as mouhefanggai or the Steinmetz solid, this shape appeared in the first Chinese explorations of the volume of a sphere

by Evelyn Lamb via Scientific American

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# Category: Geometry

## A Few of My Favorite Spaces: The Bicylinder by Evelyn Lamb

## How Does Geometry Explain the Phases of the Moon? by Jason Marshall

## Vector Field by Anvaka

## Mathematicians Crack the Cursed Curve – Kevin Hartnett

## Tom Banchoff: Exploring the Fourth Dimension

## Math Encounters — Encountering Salvador Dali in the Fourth Dimension with Tom Banchoff

## RI Christmas Lectures 1978: Christopher Zeeman – Numbers and Geometry

A Few of My Favorite Spaces: The Bicylinder

Also known as mouhefanggai or the Steinmetz solid, this shape appeared in the first Chinese explorations of the volume of a sphere

by Evelyn Lamb via Scientific American

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How Does Geometry Explain the Phases of the Moon?

by Jason Marshall, Quick and Dirty Tips.com via Scientific American

By Anvaka

“This website allows you to explore vector fields in real time.

“Vector field” is just a fancy way of saying that each point on a screen has some vector associated with it. This vector could mean anything, but for our purposes we consider it to be a velocity vector.

Now that we have velocity vectors at every single point, let’s drop thousands of small particles and see how they move. Resulting visualization could be used by scientist to study vector fields, or by artist to get inspiration!”

Mathematicians Crack the Cursed Curve

“A famously difficult mathematical problem resisted solution for over 40 years. Mathematicians have finally resolved it by following an intuition that links number theory to physics.”

by Kevin Hartnett, Quanta Magazine