|Runic - 2009-07-02 |
I honestly didn't expect this one to get voted in, much less this quick. I thought this kind of video would appeal to me, and nobody else. Glad to see other people like it.
It's kinda related. Each iteration of the Mandelbrot set is a translation + inversion on the complex plane.
|Sputum - 2009-07-02 |
Mathematics is the most perfect and beautiful way to understand the universe.
A close second is watching stupid internet videos of retards failing skateboard tricks and hurting themselves into infinity.
Except those are called Cubitus Transformations.
You're forgetting that Jesus was the derivative of Pi times a black hole squared.
|Huskerdu324 - 2009-07-02 |
The music also enhances the quality.
|kennydra - 2009-07-02 |
I wish it were longer.
|plopgun - 2009-07-02 |
Suck at math, love it still. Also love Schumann.
|glasseye - 2009-07-02 |
|dementomstie - 2009-07-02 |
I may not understand the math behind it or how to do any of the things described, but they did a good job of explaining it all.
|MrBuddy - 2009-07-02 |
Not really evil but now I understand moebius transformations a little better.
|memedumpster - 2009-07-02 |
|Chibisuke - 2009-07-02 |
This is neat and all, but doesn't it assume there's only one infinity and its located at the top of the sphere?
|MC Scared of Bees - 2009-07-02 |
I imagine that, to the right kind of beardos, this qualifies as porn.
...be right back; I need to get a tissue.
|zatojones - 2009-07-02 |
|dorje - 2009-07-02 |
very good evil propaganda
|TeenerTot - 2009-07-02 |
|j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-12-14 |
|fluffy - 2010-02-16 |
Not stated explicitly and a little misleading from the graphics but the infinity point is just inside the projective sphere.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-07-08 |
Math is beautiful.
|Vicious - 2010-09-28 |
Jeez, you just give the strip of paper a half-twist. Duh.
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