Visualizing Math with 3D printing

Wouldn’t it be great to experience three-dimensional ideas in three dimensions? In this first-of-its-kind book, Visualizing Math with 3D Printing, mathematician and mathematical artist Henry Segerman takes readers on a fascinating tour of two-, three-, and four- dimensional mathematics.

Segerman has succeeded in making a wide variety of mathematical ideas … accessible to a general audience in a genuinely new and effective way. – Journal of Mathematics and the Arts

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Henry Segerman is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Oklahoma State University. Besides his research interests in three-dimensional geometry and topology, he is a mathematical artist, working in the medium of 3D printing. Check out his website.

Posted Oct 18, 2018 by Sandy McNeel on Rhino News, etc.

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