Sunday, March 24, 2013
Saturday, March 23, 2013
"This image is produced by applying Newton's method for root finding to the complex function (z^(2+3i)-.09)*(z^(2-3i) -.09).The white areas are points in the complex plane where this function does not converge to any root. The background is produced using Perlin noise functions."
"This image is produced by iterating the complex polynomial (z^2-2)/z^2. This complex polynomial has no attracting fixed points in the complex plane."
By Robert Spann
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
anamorphic sculptures that at first glance appear abstract, but when viewed in a certain way, reveal distinct forms. To create the effect, Hurwitz scans objects and then distorts them using 3D software and quite a lot of math. The completed sculptures can then be viewed undistorted using mirrored cylinders or from very specific angles."