visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
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visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
Zoom Info
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
Zoom Info
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
Zoom Info
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
Zoom Info
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
Zoom Info
visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.
Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.
Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.
Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.
Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays. 
Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn. 
Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis. 
Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.
Zoom Info

visualizingmath:

Mathematical Figures - Art by Rare Minimum.

Figure 1: an illustration of a plane parallel to the base passing through a cone.

Figure 2: shows the Earth, whose diameter is 7,912 miles, represented by the globe, or sphere.

Figure 3: an illustration of the intersection of lines between a circle and its polar points.

Figure 5: demonstrates aberration - in optics, a deviation in the rays.

Figure 10: shows a number of curves belonging to the family y = Cxn.

Figure 11: shows the cardioid - it’s polar equation is r = 2a(1-cos0), “A” being the pole and “OA” the polar axis.

Figure 12: shows the refraction of light through a prism.

juliepasini:

“ATP Race!” A digital, educational game designed to help high school students better visualize the Electron Transport Chain. Art done by: © 2012 Julianne PasiniCoding and research by: © 2012 Nicholas Saunders and Alyssa Oglesbee  

juliepasini:

“ATP Race!” 

A digital, educational game designed to help high school students better visualize the Electron Transport Chain.

Art done by: © 2012 Julianne Pasini
Coding and research by: © 2012 Nicholas Saunders and Alyssa Oglesbee