Sunday, 27 December 2009

Crocheting the Lorenz Manifold





















In 2003, Hinke Osinga and Bernd Krauskopf from the Bristol Centre for Applied Nonlinear Mathematics produced the first real model of the Lorenz Attractor surface by knitting.






















Download the paper by Osinga & Krauskopf here.

For more information on this topic please visit The Home of Mathematical Knitting

3 comments:

taz said...

Love your work with mathematical surfaces!

Here's another crochet link you might like:

http://tinyurl.com/y9dtk2r

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