This project has been running now for quite a while… being a playground for different visual ideas and animation techniques based on the fantastic work by Tilman Zitzmann from GEOMETRY DAILY. And when Joe Baker approached me a few weeks ago wondering if he can create a new score for the video, I decided that this would be a great opportunity to update and extend the video slightly… and finally get it out on my professional portfolio.
This is Ali. Bespectacled and mustachioed father, math blogger, and soccer player. I also do consult for global math and science startups.
Richard Feynman – Ode To A Flower
In one interview on BBC for the Horizon, Richard Feynman shared a conversation that we call this monologue “Ode to the Flower.”
Crazy Circle Illusion: Are These Dots Moving in a Circle?
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Have you ever stopped to admire the intricate pattern of a honeycomb? It’s truly a marvel of nature. But have you ever wondered why honeybees love hexagons to construct their…
Freeze Soap Bubbles In Winter
After temperatures plummeted, Dexter Britain recorded beautiful pictures of a soap bubble freezing over into a delicate snow globe.
Kenichi Kanazawa Colour Sound
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How to Draw a Perfect Oval with Trammel of Archimedes?
The trammel of Archimedes, also known as the Wooden Ellipse Jig, is an engineering marvel that can draw a perfect oval every time. It has been used for centuries with…