Welcome to this week’s Math Munch! Recently the videos that Paul and I made about the Yoshimoto Cube got shared around a bit on the web. That got me to thinking again about splitting cubes apart, because the Yoshimoto Cube is made up of two pieces that are each half of a cube. A friend […]

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# The Rhombic Dodec, Honeycombs, and Microtone

Welcome to this week’s Math Munch! Some cool pictures, videos, and a new game this week. A couple of week’s ago, Anna wrote about the familiar hexagonal honeycomb that bees make, but that’s not the only sort of honeycomb. Mathematically, a honeycomb is the 3D version of a tessellation. Instead of covering the plane with some […]

# 3D Printer MArTH, Polyhedra, and Hart Videos

Welcome to this week’s Math Munch! It’s my turn now to post about how much fun we had at Bridges! One of the best parts of Bridges was seeing the art on display, both in the galleries and in the lobby where people were displaying and selling their works of art. We spent a lot of […]