I play quiet a number of games during the year and I wanted to share one game with you that at first glance doesn't look like it is mathematics related. Escher Since I first heard about Escher I have been a huge fan of his. His art fascinates me. His understanding of infinities, symmetry and other mathematical concepts has made me love and understand mathematics even more. The way he represents mathematical concepts in his art is incredible. In the past I have written and sha
The time for a little puzzle :) I hope you will enjoy it, don't hesitate to share your answer with us. The Puzzle This puzzle is from Amusements in Mathematics by Henry Ernest Dudeney, published in 1917. "Cut the pudding into two parts, each of exactly the same size and shape, without touching any of the plums. The pudding is to be regarded as a flat disc, not as a sphere." Send us messages with your solution or comment bellow. You can use the photo bellow or create your own
Just because for Day 11, we spoke about Christmas Trees, let us speak about Christmas decorations today. I discovered that the internet is full with extremely beautiful, fun and interesting geometric decorations for X-mas trees. It looks like the geometric style has spread through the interior design domain a lot. And I happy to see people giving more credit to geometry when it comes to art. So here are some my favorite examples (source from the photos is mostly Pinteres): 1.