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  1. Polyhedra - Rolf Asmund
    A gallery of regular polyhedra, snub uniform polyhedra, deltahedra (polyhedra consisting only of equilateral triangles), and polychora; with animations, still graphics, and some taxonomic data (vertices, edges, faces, polygons, radii, and more). Mobius ...more>>

  2. Polynomiography - Bahman Kalantari
    Polynomiography is the "art and science of visualization in approximation of zeros of polynomials. This visualization is via fractal and non-fractal images created based on the mathematical convergence properties of iteration functions." The galleries ...more>>

  3. Polyominoes - Slavik Jablan
    A plane topological disk (i.e. a plane region without "holes") consisting of n edge-to-edge adjacent squares is called a polyomino. This site offers a shape description: in every border square cell of a polyomino we could introduce two-sided mirrors perpendicular ...more>>

  4. Portraits of Albert Einstein - Robert Bruen
    Numerous black-and-white photographs of Einstein, provided by Robert Bruen. ...more>>

  5. POV-Ray - Persistence of Vision Raytracer Pty. Ltd
    The Persistence of Vision Ray-Tracer creates three-dimensional, photo-realistic images using a rendering technique called ray-tracing, which calculates an image of a scene by simulating the way rays of light travel in the real world. Download the latest ...more>>

  6. Powers of Ten - Bruce Bryson
    A series of images based on the book Powers of Ten, by Philip and Phyllis Morrison and the Office of Charles and Ray Eames. Each picture's subject is ten times wider or narrower than the next. Images range from quarks at 10-16 meters to groups of galaxies ...more>>

  7. Primordial Soup Kitchen - David Griffeath, Dept. of Mathematics, Univ. of Wisconsin
    Research on the self-organization of random cellular automata. Griffeath produces colorful computer graphics that illustrate the ability of local parallel update rules to generate spatial structure from disordered initial states. His Welcome offers access ...more>>

  8. Problem Pictures - Richard Phillips
    A CD-ROM of 184 attractive, unusual, or puzzling color photographs accompanied by activities for mathematics teaching. Images may defy explanation, motivate investigation, or inspire the viewer to answer a question. Other pictures may be the starting ...more>>

  9. Project List - Thomas Banchoff
    Projects: a remake of The Flat Torus in the Three-Sphere, a film originally created in 1968; "Complex Function Graphs"; self-linking of curves on the 3-sphere; "Monge and Desargues, Identified" (requires the Geometer's Sketchpad); a "sketchpad" for spherical ...more>>

  10. The Projects of R. W. Gray - Robert W. Gray
    Geometric coffee tables, an introduction to polyhedra and the jitterbug (a dynamic polyhedron) that draws on the golden ratio, a collection of notes with respect to R. Buckminster Fuller's work, photos of a dome frame Gray built with students at Oswego ...more>>

  11. Pulchritudinous Primes
    Visualizing the distribution of prime numbers: graphical investigations in 2D, 3D, Prime Island, The Ulam Spiral Phenomenon, Triangle Numbers on the Ulam Spiral. With an introduction, Why Primes? ...more>>

  12. Puzzle Zapper - Alexandre Owen Muñiz
    Original mathematical puzzles, some available in lasercut acrylic for sale: polyomino common superforms, pentomino coloring problems, miscellaneous polyomino explorations, flexible polyforms, square grid puzzles, visualizing sequences of numbers, Lissajous ...more>>

  13. Pythagorean Theorem - Over 20 Proofs - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    A general exposition of the Pythagorean theorem, with proofs from Euclid to Garfield - and more. Also links to other sites on the Web with proofs. ...more>>

  14. Quilt Block Patterns - Hester Butler-Ehle
    Links to a variety of quilt block patterns (four-patch, five-patch, nine-patch, and more). Several are suitable for replication using pattern blocks. ...more>>

  15. Raccordo tangenziale tra superfici toriche - isawi
    In Italian: "Ricerca riguardante la messa appunto di un procedimento di costruzioni geometriche capace di determinare delle superfici inviluppanti tre quadriche di rotazioni assegnate ( sfere, ellissoidi, parabolidi o iperbolici). I risultati raggiunti ...more>>

  16. Raw - DensityDesign Lab
    The "missing link between spreadsheets and vector graphics," this open web app's interface lets you create custom vector-based visualizations on top of the Data-Driven Documents JavaScript (D3.js) library. Starting with delimiter-separated values in plain-text ...more>>

  17. Recreational Mathematics Topics - Steven Dutch; University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
    Contents: Symmetry, Crystals, Polyhedra and Tilings: an extensive, illustrated collection including reflectional and rotational symmetry; repeating patterns in two and three dimensions; building crystal forms with unit cells; regular, Archimedean, radial, ...more>>

  18. Recursion in Space - 21 Isometric Models - Ernest V. Miliauskas
    Mathematical constructions, sub-assemblies or subsets of an infinite set, presented in a slide show that demonstrates the author's interest in symmetric three-dimensional forms. From chalk talks in advanced spacial studies given at Ryerson University ...more>>

  19. Recycling Topology - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    It's hard to miss the triangle of three bent arrows that signifies recycling. It appears in newspapers and magazines and on bottles, envelopes, cardboard cartons, and other containers. But have you noticed that there are two versions of this ubiquitous ...more>>

  20. Redecorator Fractal Wallpaper Manager - Seraline P/L, Sydney, Australia.
    A wallpaper manager, or randomizer, and image creator for Windows 95/98/NT/2000. Redecorator can change your desktop wallpaper as often as you like, creating seamless tiles and fractals. ...more>>

  21. Re-Inventing Fourth-Grade Mathematics - Jack J. Lopez; Kodak
    A series of four related activities through which students acquired a firm, active knowledge of some of the basic terminology of Euclidean geometry, learning the vocabulary for describing various geometric shapes and transformations. Students photographed ...more>>

  22. Research Papers - The Geometry Center
    Scientific papers written at the Geometry Center that use the unique aspects of hypertext to present information in a non-linear fashion. Many include movies or interactive pictures. A Tight Polyhedral Immersion of the Real Projective Plane with one Handle ...more>>

  23. Research - Peter Alfeld; University of Utah
    Research-related materials: An interactive applet that lets you explore the Bernstein-Bézier form of a bivariate polynomial; recent papers, complete bibliography, recent talks, computer graphics (illustrating various mathematical concepts: US Global Positioning ...more>>

  24. Rivendell Educational Archive - Leigh Denault
    An educational archive of materials in botany, history, math, science, drama, literature, philosophy, and art. Math resources include mathematician biographies, a fractal image gallery, and a bibliography. ...more>>

  25. Room 8 Geometry Book - Ms. Woods' First Grade
    Shape drawings by first-graders: Prelude; Shapes - Triangles, Circles, Ovals, Squares, Rectangles, Diamonds, Pentagons, Hexagons, Octagons, Other Shapes; Forms - Cubes, Rectangular Prisms, Pyramids, Spheres, Cylinders, Cones; Concepts - Corners, Angles, ...more>>

  26. Rouse Ball's Fallacy - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    A famous fallacy by Rouse Ball now implemented in Java. A proof that an obtuse angle is right. How can that be? ...more>>

  27. R. S. Schaeffer - Randy S. Schaeffer, Math & Computer Science, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
    Schaeffer teaches a course called "Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics." Download the lessons created by his students that call on Geometer's Sketchpad, graphing calculators, and Microsoft Excel. Lesson topics address parallel lines, box and whisker ...more>>

  28. S3-Triplett als 3D-Welt und als Animation - Stefan Scheller
    Ein S3-Triplett (drei orthogonale Projektionen) wartet mit überraschenden Effekten auf. Besonders interessant wird das Triplett, wenn es als VRML-Animation betrachtet wird (VRML-Plug In vorausgesetzt). A GIF-animation shows a S3-triplet. When watched ...more>>

  29. The Sands of Time - Troy Jones
    The author uses ridges in piles of salt to model geometric concepts. This page features an article (PDF format), PowerPoint presentation, Geometer's Sketchpad file, and textbook reference for a classroom exploration of such concepts. ...more>>

  30. Sangaku - Hiroshi Kotera
    Click on the map of Japan to see photographs of sangaku -- Euclidean geometry theorems rendered as colored drawings on wooden tablets, and hung in shrines or temples -- dating to the Edo period (1603-1867). Also, learn how to use counting rods, called ...more>>

  31. science-to-touch - Jürgen Richter-Gebert
    Projects for interactively visualizing science, from one of the co-authors of the Cinderella geometry software package: iOrnament, a drawing and explanation app for the 17 crystallographic wallpaper groups; ix-quadrat, a museum exhibit of symmetry, Escher, ...more>>

  32. Scientific Graphics Project - MSRI - David Hoffman; Mathematical Sciences Research Institute
    A geometry catalogue of Minimal Surfaces (The Gauss Map, The Weierstrass Formula, Conformal Mapping, Stereographic Projection, and an extensive Minimal Surfaces Index); CMC Surfaces; Level Surfaces (Level Sets Approximating Minimal Surfaces, Curvature ...more>>

  33. Scott Kim, Puzzle Master
    A puzzle and graphic design creator, Scott Kim offers links to his online puzzles, a gallery of inversions (or ambigrams, words or names written so they read in more than one way--some read upside down, some flip in a mirror, some read as two different ...more>>

  34. Seattle Fractals Digital Art - Doug Harrington
    A fractal art site featuring high-resolution digital fractal art prints for sale, and fractal art Windows 95/98/NT/2000 screensavers. ...more>>

  35. Self Portrait at Age 13: Albrecht Durer 1484 - Ralph Martel
    A paper illustrated by a PowerPoint slide show to demonstrate how Albrecht Durer used geometry in his art work from the age of thirteen. This paper by Martel is one of a series that he is writing on mathematics and art. Suzanne Alejandre wrote a teaching ...more>>

  36. Seventeen Kinds of Wallpaper Patterns - Mathematics Museum (Japan)
    Examples of the 17 wallpaper groups in Japanese culture. Also available in Japanese. ...more>>

  37. Shapari and Curvay - Spelunk Computing
    Windows software designed to allow children to produce abstract and fractal patterns from simple shapes and operations. Shapari offers 5 levels of difficulty, allowing children to challenge their visualization abilities by matching computer generated ...more>>

  38. ShapeGame - Architectronics, Inc.
    Drag shapes on, drag shapes off: triangles, squares, hexagons, rhombuses, and trapezoids. Also, change their color, orientations, and more. ...more>>

  39. Show Me Your Math - Borden, Lisa Lunney; and Wagner, David
    Student projects and resources to support culturally responsive teaching from a program that invites Aboriginal Students in Atlantic Canada to explore the mathematics evident in their own community and indigenous practices. Nova Scotia youth who participate ...more>>

  40. The Sierpinski Carpet Project, 2000-2001 - Tom Canright
    Instructions and pictures of The Sierpinski Carpet Project, from Tom Canright and Linda Gazzola's sixth grade mathematics classes at the Latin School of Chicago. All of the carpets are a type of fractal, meaning that the basic patterns are reiterated ...more>>

  41. Sieve of Eratosthenes - Interactive mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    Sieve of Eratosthenes with an interactive Java illustration. A slight modification of the Eratosthenes' algorithm leads to a different sieve that leaves out square numbers. The latter is also accompanied by a Java illustration. ...more>>

  42. A Site For Cyber Eyes - BZLeonard
    Fractals, graphics, photos and altered photos, 3D graphics, links, Sherman's Humor Column, and Ginger's Diary (A teenager describes being bombed by the Japanese on December 7, 1941). ...more>>

  43. Slide Show - Roxanne M. Byrne
    Slide shows on calculus concepts: limits, derivatives and rules, integration, and infinite series. Some of the slide shows can be downloaded as PowerPoint files; if you do not have PowerPoint on your computer, you can download a PowerPoint Viewer Zip ...more>>

  44. Sloan Digital Sky Survey
    The astronomical surveys of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) have "obtained deep, multi-color images covering more than a quarter of the sky and created 3-dimensional maps containing more than 930,000 galaxies and more than 120,000 quasars." SDSS's ...more>>

  45. Snowflakes and Stars - Ignacio Dayrit
    Graphic images of snowflakes with folding instructions to make from paper. ...more>>

  46. Soler's Fractal Site
    Fractal galleries of images made using Tierazon and other programs, links, downloads of fractal-generating programs, and articles on fractals. ...more>>

  47. Soliton Lab Art Gallery - Kanehisa Takasaki, Takasaki Lab, Kyoto University
    The site contains a soliton-lab as well as links to mathematics galleries. The special exhibition section contains links to related sites from around the world while the permanent exhibition section is an explanation of solitons with more links to other ...more>>

  48. Space Figures and Basic Solids - Mark Motyka, Math League Multimedia
    Definitions and illustrations of "space figures" and information on cross-section, volume and surface area for the following: cube, cylinder, sphere, cone, pyramid, tetrahedron, and prism. ...more>>

  49. Space-Filling Designs - Edwin van Dam, Dick den Hertog, Bart Husslage, Gijs Rennen; Tilburg University, the Netherlands
    Free online database of space-filling designs for (computer) experiments. Includes maximin, nested maximin, and minimax designs, as well as a bibliography and links to other web sites. All designs on this website may be downloaded and used free of charge, ...more>>

  50. SpaceTime - Chris and Stephen DeSalvo
    SpaceTime develops mathematics software for personal digital assistants (PDAs) and other mobile devices such as Pocket PCs, Palm Pilots, and smartphones. Play JavaScript and Flash games in the arcade: ArithmeTick, Math Scramble, Math Mountain, Snake, ...more>>


 
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