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The rational recursive forms gave very nice 2 dimensional picturs, but what happens if we try to generate 3 dimensional sets?
This number sequence is produced by the Blatant Function:
Die Liste (German)
Hab vor kurzem Ecos “Die unendliche Liste” gelesen. Abgesehen davon, dass es Eco ein schönes Leben sichert, war es doch inspirierend.
Rabelais soll mein Pate sein! Ich leide nicht an Koprolalie!
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Some pictures (the beauty of lapse):
Just starting to investigate recursive functions in general. But got some very nice sort of pics, that I have not seen before.
A USB/Midi Odysee with Microsoft. But now I can play with micro tuned ragas and so on.
All scales in every key upto 6 #/b
This is work in progress, so be patient. Navigation is still stupid and I will give more information soon (i.e. something very usefull is still missing: What chords are in the scales.) And all this stuff is generated form the Lucytunes scales database, so there are still some things in the base I can not handle. Some pages will not be generated correctly, but very few! (of the > 30.000 tabs ;-)
This time really at home, even in the garden.
I had this guitar, that was not in use. So I decided to build the raga explorer:
- Take away strings 4 (G) and 6 (e)
- Tune 1 (E) down to B, 2 (A) up to (B) and 3 (D) down to (B)
- 5 (B) stays at (B)
- Play melodie on 5 and monochord on 1, 2 and 3
I recommend you playing with the ragas at the scalespage
Who the fuck needs money
‘’Hi my name is Arthur Breadless, but you can call me Art’’ says Art to the girl behind the counter.
I think this could become a very nice game.
You will have a lot of fun, especially if you play around with the Ragas. You can click on the pngs to get the data.
- This sentence is my intellectual property.
- The translation of this sentence to any other language is my intellectual property.
- The translation of the first sentence in this list to any other language is also my intellectual property. I want explicitly point out that sentences 1 and 2 are different.
2008 I made 20000 photos, some of them allways from the same perspective. So I came up with this little film.
An interpretation of meaningfull patterns, that are atomic and abstract and they follow 1, 3, 10, 47, 246, 1602, 11481, 95503, 871030, 8879558 … which is A005651: Sum of multinomial coefficients
1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 15, 22, 30, 42, 56, 77, 101, 135, 176, 231, 297, 385, 490, 627, 792, 1002, 1255, 1575, 1958, 2436, 3010, 3718, 4565, 5604, 6842, 8349, 10143, 12310, 14883, 17977, 21637, 26015, 31185, 37338, 44583, 53174, 63261, 75175, 89134, 105558, 124754, 147273, 173525, 204226, 239943, 281589, 329931, 386155, 451276, 526823, 614154, 715220, 831820, 966467, 1121505, 1300156, 1505499, 1741630, 2012558, 2323520, 2679689, 3087735, 3554345, 4087968, 4697205, 5392783, 6185689, 7089500, 8118264, 9289091, 10619863, 12132164, 13848650, 15796476, 18004327, 20506255, 23338469, 26543660, 30167357, 34262962, 38887673, 44108109, 49995925, 56634173, 64112359, 72533807, 82010177, 92669720, 104651419, 118114304, 133230930, 150198136, 169229875, 190569292
One year documenting the changes of nature in our small world. Very nice: for example the october pics when autumn arrives.
Selling mathematical art now on Muzuu.com
By exloring the Goldbach Universe
I came up with this fantastic picture:
I think this is art, and as such worth being sold. So if interessted go to the profit branch of muzuu
The newest pic (added at 2009-02-04):
which I think is the most beautyfull!
Did some trials with adding Primenumbers and came up with some nice results.
For example: The distribution of holes between primenumbers:
or patterns of holes:
I found out that Stanisław Ulam in 1963 had an Idea, that inspired me so much, without knowing of him. So here is the storry.
Here the first 50 recursions in animated form:
Gimme 5 and you can call me Wu! This will become the story of my life.
Quite simple with a nice example animation:
An idea for 2ndLife.
Another one with great esthetics.
A little game implemented with Tkinter and Python. Not realy challenging
but mathematically interessting.
A nice example of naive mathematics. May be the using of
the term Spiralsymmetry here is not that what you will expect.
But I had to name the thing ;-)
The ANM was founded in 2007
A simple proof of concepts with Tkinter and Python. Special: It’s my guitar neck (photographie).
(modified at 2008-06-18: now File.mtime is checked)
Cooking for Katalin (Language: German)
Some Recipies from a book I am going to write.
My wok in the garden. Fine!
A litte math riddle (caution: 1.7 MB picture material on this page)
Somthing with spirals and prime numbers
λμδααα is my acronym in greek letters …
I think there is real randomness …
Some times a wake up at night and look on the ceeling. I have a laser clock
an there is a number. I’ m allways happa to see a prime number, a palindrom
or a street. I think, this happy moments are worth, to be extended.