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The Mathematical Art of M. C. Escher

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This website takes Escher’s drawings a step further by showing his “impossible” drawings as physical objects; three-dimensional models designed by using computer graphics. The ants marching on the moebius ring is actually shown as a working model. There is not a lot of written information, but the graphics created here, lend a better understanding to Escher’s optical illusions. Click on “Beyond Escher for Real” to see similar work by other artists.
Material Type: Simulation
Date Added to MERLOT: November 22, 2005
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 05, 2013
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Submitter: Diana Timmons

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Language: English
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Avatar for Demitra Williams
1 year ago

Demitra Williams (Student)

Wow, this is something that i would have loved to encounter in high school geometry or art class to add that extra visual to our coursework. I believe objects like this should be introduced to students beginning second grade to give them more advanced visuals for mathematics. The page flows and has alot of visuals to support the topic. I definitely enjoyed this material.

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This entry is more of a basic webpage with minimal technical specifications. The links are sufficient to support the topics and no snags existed while I was surfing the page.

Time spent reviewing site: 7 minutes