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  1. 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>>

  2. Sketchpad 3.0 Gallery - Finzer, Jackiw; Key Curriculum Press & The Math Forum
    A collection of sketches and scripts that show off new features of version 3 of the Geometer's Sketchpad in categories: Arcs and Architecture; Algebra and Beyond; Physics; Statistics; Curves; and Poincare Disk. ...more>>

  3. Sliding Pi - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    "The entrance to the Downsview subway station in Toronto presents visitors with a striking vista. A vast mosaic of square tiles sweeps across a curved wall, inviting viewers to trace its lines and ponder intriguing irregularities in its color scheme ...more>>

  4. Smithsonian Institution
    An independent trust instrumentality of the United States holding some 140 million artifacts and specimens in its trust for "the increase and diffusion of knowledge," and a center for research dedicated to public education, national service, and scholarship ...more>>

  5. Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES)
    "The Smithsonian in your state." Each year, millions of people in more than 250 venues beyond Washington, D.C. visit SITES exhibitions on view in local museums, libraries, science centers, historical societies, aquariums, community centers, and schools. ...more>>

  6. Snow Activities - The Teel Family
    A site that includes snow science (how to study snow crystals) and snow art (cutting six-sided paper snowflakes and a "self-sticking" snowflake). ...more>>

  7. Snowdays - Popular Front
    Make your own snowflakes online: point and click to cut anywhere around or inside the folded piece of virtual paper. Preview the unfolded results in real time; when ready, save your design to the searchable gallery, where you may view and download plans ...more>>

  8. Software by Al Jarnow - ProtoZone Interactives
    Web-based interactive software excerpted from pattern exhibits at the Long Island Children's Museum, the National Museum of Science and Industry (London), and the Brooklyn Childrens's Museum. Introductions to art and math with many pattern-making ...more>>

  9. 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>>

  10. sonata mathematique - Rachel Kernodle
    Blog by a high school math and learning specialist. Posts, which date back to June, 2011, have included "twitter math camp," "mathematical art," "i also want you to learn…," and "rational functions take two." ...more>>

  11. Strange Attractors - Peter Jansen
    Physical models of strange attractors, made through rapid prototyping processes. ...more>>

  12. studio:ludens - Wouter Walmink and Alexander Rulkens
    Free online tools that "let you play with your own creativity," designed by two Dutch industrial and interaction designers in Eindhoven. Create your own patterns with Repper; your own tessellating coasters with Epa:kato; your own fractals and other complex ...more>>

  13. Style Line: Wheel Trim and Simulators for the 21st Century
    Wheel covers to investigate for reflectional and/or rotational symmetry. ...more>>

  14. Surfaces Beyond the Third Dimension - Thomas Banchoff
    A site that documents an art exhibit hosted by the Providence, Rhode Island Art Club in 1996, featuring computer-generated artwork designed by Tom Banchoff in collaboration with Davide Cervone (now at Union College) and student associates at Brown University. ...more>>

  15. SymmeToy - Hank Hufnagel
    A Windows program for creating paint patterns, symmetry roses, tessellated art, and symmetrically decorated 3D polyhedron models. The program is easy to learn, fun to use and includes extensive online help. Appropriate for all ages, but especially for ...more>>

  16. Symmetric Patterns at the Alhambra, with Math Problems - Susan Addington, David Marshall
    The Alhambra is a walled city and fortress in Granada, Spain, built during the last Islamic sultanate on the Iberian peninsula, the Nasrid Dynasty (1238-1492). The palace is lavishly decorated with stone and wood carvings and tile patterns on most of ...more>>

  17. Symmetry Studio 1.01 - Binkley, Simon; Artware, Inc.
    Symmetry software for mathematics and art, for the Macintosh. A computer-aided design tool that allows you to quickly create complex two-dimensional symmetrical patterns. It simplifies the study and use of mathematical principles that underlie the regular ...more>>

  18. Tanzzle™ - Franco Cocchini
    Software for exploring tangrams. View published patterns and/or submit one of your own. Request a free license for schools and educational programs. Free 30-day trial; free viewer download. Choose from four different sets of pieces: Tangram (traditional ...more>>

  19. Teacher Ties
    A site where you can buy a necktie with a math or engineering motif. ...more>>

  20. Temple Circles - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    One tradition that flourished 200 years ago in Japan, during its period of isolation from the western world, involved Euclidean geometry. Scholars and others would inscribe geometric problems on wooden tablets, then hang the tablets under the eaves of ...more>>

  21. Tensegrity Structures - Paul Flavin
    "Compression and Tension are good; Torque's a Killer. Plato, Fuller and the three little pigs." "Cubes (constructed with beams) and houses can and do collapse when a sufficient horizontal (shearing) force is applied above the foundation. The walls act ...more>>

  22. Termesphere Gallery - Dick Termes
    Spherical paintings that use a six point perspective. View images of the paintings and read about the artist. Products and services include workshops, lectures, books, and models of the Platonic solids, as well as the painted spheres. ...more>>

  23. Tessellations, Lifelike Tilings... - Andrew Crompton
    Tessellations, Lifelike Tilings, Grotesque Geometry, Dissection Puzzles, Anamorphic Mirrors, and Escher style drawings: about twenty examples of Crompton's own work as well as the world's first tessellation (not by Escher), by a teacher of geometry to ...more>>

  24. Tessellations - Robert Fathauer
    A company that makes Puzzellations, Colorful Connectables, and Perpetual Patterns puzzles, plus a variety of other products inspired in part by the Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher, but also by mathematicians such as Roger Penrose and Benoit Mandelbrot. ...more>>

  25. Tessellation Tutorials - Suzanne Alejandre
    A series of tutorials that teach students how to tessellate (somewhat in the style of the art of M.C. Escher) using HyperCard for black and white and/or HyperStudio for color, ClarisWorks, LogoWriter, templates, or simple straightedge and compass. The ...more>>

  26. Texture and Colour - Paul Bourke
    In many texturing applications it is necessary to be able to "tile" the texture over a larger region than the texture segment covers. Bourke offers a discussion with examples of tiling formats, together with links to tiles: Tile; Brick, Tile; Stone tile; ...more>>

  27. There Is No Place Like SPACE - Sharon White
    Junior high students explore living in space through this interdisciplinary (art, language arts, math, reading, social studies and science) project. Site contains a summary, scenario, student pages, and Internet links, as well as a list of standards addressed. ...more>>

  28. Thinking Fountain Shape Cluster - Science Museum of Minnesota
    Activities, images, and experiments relating science, math, and language arts. The shapes and math cluster features shape walk, I C shapes (finding circles, squares, and triangles in everyday objects), soap bubble geometry, pyramids and cubes (building ...more>>

  29. Third Apex to Fractovia - Juan Luis Martínez
    Several galleries, each with up to 18 fractal images, and discussions on fractals as art. Also an up-to-date list of freeware fractal generators, screen savers, and fractal music software, with links and reviews. ...more>>

  30. Thom's Fractals
    A collection of fractal creations: images and wallpaper tiles, and links. ...more>>

  31. TileDreams - ZayanteCreek Solutions
    Explore geometry, color, symmetry, and design by creating mosaics, tessellations, mandalas, and other designs. View galleries and submit your own TileDreams designs; read the user manual and software reviews; and download a trial demo, or purchase a license ...more>>

  32. Tilings and Geometric Ornament - Kaplan, Salesin
    A project designed to explore the intersection between computer graphics, geometry, and ornamental design. Papers and illustrations on Escherization, Islamic Star Patterns, Parquet Deformations, Symmetrohedra, and Voronoi Diagrams. ...more>>

  33. Tips & Tricks to Gothic Geometry - Joe Chiffriller; NewYorkCarver.com
    The geometry of gothic cathedrals: how to construct a trifoil design, an ogee arch, and a rose window. With links to cathedral and castle tours. ...more>>

  34. Tomoko Fuse Origami Quilts - Jeff Kerwood
    These origami quilts were designed and made by Jeff Kerwood, using the modules developed by Tomoko Fuse, a Japanese origami artist universally acknowledged as the master of modular or unit origami. In modular origami, the model is built up from multiple ...more>>

  35. Totally Tessellated - Bhushan, Kay, & Williams
    A comprehensive introduction to tessellations and tilings - the basic underlying mathematics and examples of tessellations in real life. The highly illustrated, printer-friendly site includes history (tessellations in mathematics and science, decorative ...more>>

  36. Transformations - David A. Reid
    A transformation is a one-to-one mapping on a set of points. The most common transformations map the points of the plane onto themselves, in a way which keeps all lengths the same. These transformations are called isometries. Another common sort of transformation ...more>>

  37. A Tribute to Miro - Kathy Sederquist, Namaste Art Center
    Students learn how contemporary artists work by doing a painting in the style of the Catalan artist Joan Miró. The basic lines in drawing, including vertical, horizontal, diagonal, and curved, are reviewed through experimentation. ...more>>

  38. Turtle Tracks - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    One way to describe a geometric figure is in terms of the path generated by a moving point. Using the computer language LOGO, children can produce a list of commands to govern the motion of a "turtle" and trace out a geometric track on the computer screen. ...more>>

  39. Ultra Fractal Gallery - Frederik Slijkerman
    A gallery of fractal images created using Ultra Fractal, a Windows shareware program. ...more>>

  40. Vi Hart - Vi Hart
    Blog, videos of math "doodling," instructions for slicing food mathematically, and more from the self-described recreational mathemusician who considers math a hobby, with "special interests in symmetry, polyhedra, and surreal complexity. This usually ...more>>

  41. Virtual Math Museum - Richard Palais
    A virtual "mathematical museum" being developed and improved by an international group of mathematicians called the 3DXM Consortium (the same group responsible for the development of the 3D-XplorMath mathematical visualization program). Topics include ...more>>

  42. Visions Of Chaos - Jason
    A Windows application that generates fractals, cellular automata, attractors and other chaos simulations. Supports 2D images, 3D images and AVI movie creation. With galleries of fractals and Mandelbulbs; cellular automata and L-systems music; and chaos ...more>>

  43. Visiting Artlandia - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Have you ever admired any of the bold, colorful designs splashed across a variety of fabrics used for scarves, neckties, shirts, and other apparel? There's a chance that you may come across the work of a physicist. Igor Bakshee got into fabric design ...more>>

  44. Visualization Laboratory of Geometric Objects - Mathematics Dept., Universidad Autónoma de México
    An electronic journal and works from professors, researchers and students from the Mathematics department of the School of Science of the Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, with a gallery of geometric objects (fractals), and links to other Web pages. Versions ...more>>

  45. Visualizing Math
    Tumblr of mathematical images begun June, 2013, by two high school students from Minnesota. Images have included "A panorama on a Möbius strip," "Fractal Trees by Robert Fathauer," "elegantly constructed proofs through visual inspection," "animation ...more>>

  46. Voronoi Art - Scott Sona Snibbe
    Using a retro-reflective floor to display the Voronoi diagram of people walking on it, exploring notions of personal space and individual-group relations. See also Scott's other projects. ...more>>

  47. WebPisces - Gallery of Interactive Geometry, Geometry Center
    A Web-based interface to the Pisces program that allows you to compute implicitly defined curves in the plane. Choose from several pre-defined functions and modify their parameters and domains. Pisces is a Platform for Implicit Surfaces and Curves and ...more>>

  48. weed's fractal gallery
    A small gallery of fractal images and a few fractal links. ...more>>

  49. What Good is Math? - Peck, Rosser, Pifer; University of Richmond
    A site designed to show middle school students how math is useful. Examples are drawn from everyday experience; topics include art, finance, grades, sports, planning a party or a trip, and cooking. Created by pre-service math teachers. ...more>>

  50. White Narcissus - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    The elegant, swooping forms carved out of wood by sculptor Robert Longhurst often resemble gracefully curved soap films that span twisted loops of wire dipped into soapy water. Alhough these abstract sculptures bear an uncanny resemblance to mathematical ...more>>


 
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