Iranian mosques are decorated of marvelous ceilings witnesses to centuries of devotion and artistic prowess. On BoredPanda.
Just at the surface of a 3D fractal volume, happen very astonishing things. Surface detail from subBlue on Vimeo.
Color-blind people have all kinds of difficulties in the world we live in. One proposal has been made to ease their difficulties in a current situation and without any significant negative impact on the rest of the people. Who could oppose that? But why isn’t it around us already?
The creator of the fractal concept, Benoît Mandelbrot, just died. Born in Poland, the great mathematician had both French and American citizenship and inspired millions of mathematicians and artists. Rechercher des fractales sur Google.
If you were not sure that genetics was a science, you needed a controlled experiment. Here is the result of such an experiment:
This ad for the generosity of a woman bra brand (try repeating this quickly!) is based upon a well-known optical illusion. Will men fall for this one? YouTube link Seen on YLoveIllusions.com.
The fashion of drawing fractals is a memory of the past (it was probably linked to the first appearance of computers able to collate the computing power for the needed calculations and the display capacity for complex images). But the pleasure is all mine to find this HD video which sends us into a Mandelbrot…
flight patterns from Charlie McCarthy on Vimeo. Long exposures of bugs under a street light. music: Telefon Tel Aviv – What’s The Use Of Feet If We Haven’t Got Legs Vimeo link Merci à Pierrick.
You’d believe that our planet is in love. It can be read on its face (on its surface) merely under the form of pretty hearts nicely drawn. 9 other cases. Superb!