- The Algorithmic Image Gallery
- Chaos Gallery
- Clifford Pickover's
- This page contains many of the graphics which are contained in Pickover's
books in addition to many other graphics and animations.
: Ecole Polytechnique - Visualizations by Jean-Francois Colonna
- A collection of scientific visualizations by Jean-Francois Colonna. Topics
include fractals, chaotic dynamics, quantum mechanics, fluid mechnaics, surface
visualizations, natural phenomenon synthesis, signal processing, autostereograms,
- C*ODE*E Graphics
- This page from C*ODE*E contains graphs which arise from various physical
situations, and which have provided the cover art for each issue of C*ODE*E.
You can click on each graphic to see an enlargement of the graph along with
a description of the physical systems being represented.
of the Mind
- Contours of the Mind is a celebration of fractal geometry, feedback and
chaos. The event brought together a unique blend of visual art, science and
music, exhibited at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery from the 23rd of June to the
24th of July 1994.
- CSC - Mathematics Animations
- The Dance of Chance Exhibit
- Each of the kiosks on this site will lead you into a different facet of
the exciting world of patterns in Nature. Many of these patterns are fractals.
Fractal forms are ubiquitous in Nature, and especially likely to arise when
randomness plays a large role during the pattern's development. The experiments
and examples in this exhibit demonstrate some of the many ways that branching
patterns arise in Nature from the conflict between random and constraining
- Durham Numerical
Analysis Art Gallery
- Durham Numerical Analysis Art Gallery contains pictures which are relevant
to the research interest of the Mathematics Department at the University of
- Dynamical Systems and Technology
- This project is a National Science Foundation sponsored project designed
to help secondary school and college teachers of mathematics bring contemporary
topics in mathematics (chaos, fractals, dynamics) into the classroom, and
to show them how to use technology effectively in this process. At this point,
there are several interactive papers available. These are designed to help
teachers understand the mathematics behind such topics as iterated function
systems (the chaos game) and the Mandelbrot and Julia sets.
- Images used in a popularized introduction to Fermat's Last Theorem, a famous
recently solved problem in number theory. Three dimensional mathematical depictions
are used in the beginning of the film to illustrate the meaning of the mathematical
ideas involved. The second half of the film makes a transition to show a remarkable
family of four dimensional surfaces related to Fermat's theorem, and projects
them to three dimensions for display using standard rendering and shading
- Images from an animation which was created by Thierry Dubois and Jacques
Laminie of the Institute for Scientific Computing and Applied Mathematics
at Indiana University using AVS on fluid dynamics computations and was recorded
to video tape at CICA. The flow considered here is a two-dimensional homogeneous
flow where the governing equations are the Navier-Stokes equations, supplemented
with periodic boundary conditions in both spatial directions.
- An MPEG movie of the 4Dice animation from the Center for Innovative Computer
Applications. A glimpse into the fourth dimenion depicting a four-dimensional
die with its 3D faces and dots.
of Mathematical Images
- Images include the Mandelbrot set, Quaternionic Fractals, Molecular Dynamics,
Iterated Function Systems, Hyperspace, Self-similar Structures, Lyapunov Pictures,
and a JAVA applet to show Period Doubling.
- GANG - Center for Geometry, Analysis,
Numerics, and Graphics
- The Center for Geometry, Analysis, Numerics, and Graphics is an interdisciplinary
differential geometry research team at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
- This page provides information about the artist Norman Shapiro who has been
working with students in public schools in the New York area with their study
of geometry and information on obtaining the materials which he has used.
- Glimpses ... of a Fugitive
- The recursive art of Rollo Silver.
- Here you will find a collection of knots and links, viewed from a (partly)
mathematical perspective. The images here were created with KnotPlot, a fairly
elaborate program to visualize and manipulate mathematical knots in three
and four dimensions.
- Knots on the Web
- This page contains a collections which are divided into three sections:
Knot Tying, Knot Theory, and Knot Art. But knot lovers will understand that
these distinctions are artificial. For example, a good practical knot is both
a nugget of hard-won technology and a thing of beauty. Decorative knotting
can be useful, and in any case requires uncommon dexterity and practical tying
Art Gallery - University of Nijmegen
- This site contains: singularity knots, animations, raytracer pictures, 3d
fractals, a few smooth surfaces, and the source code for generating these
and the Mosiacs at Ravenna (in Italian)
- The MATLAB Gallery
- The Gallery is a place to hang particularly elegant examples of graphic
visualization in MATLAB. In addition to images, there are also movies.
- Primordial Soup Kitchen
- Research Centre of Applied Mathematics
- This site contains a number of interesting pages including Fractal
Gallery and Shells and Mathematics.
- SFB 288 Gallery
- The SFB 288 WWW site contains both a Gallery of pictures and a collection
of movies which
illustrate concepts from the interaction of differential geometry and mathematical
- SPROTT'S FRACTAL
- This site contains a large number of images from programs and books which
Julien C. Sprott has authored or co-authorerd. There is information about
these books and software packages. In addition, there are a number of MSDOS
software packages available for download.
Beyond the Third Dimension
- This web site documents the "Surfaces Beyond the Third Dimension" art exhibit
hosted by the Providence Art Club in March and April of 1996. It featured
computer-generated artwork designed by Tom Banchoff, in collaboration with
Davide Cervone (now at Union College) and student associates at Brown University.
These works combine computer graphics and mathematics to form images that
are pleasing to the eye and challenging to the mind.
- Symmetric Chaos
Strange Attractors and Similar Objects
- Visual Mathematics Institute
- The Visual Mathematics Institute was created in 1975 to administer grants
from the State of California and the NSF. The "Visual Math Project" was created
at UCSC, for the development of computer-graphic based materials for teaching
university math: precalculus, calculus, linear algebra, and ordinary differential
equations. Since 1990, the VMI has been supported by small grants from individuals,
to continue the creation of new materials relating to chaos theory, and its
applications in the sciences and arts.
- World of Escher
Acknowledgment: Many of the descriptions given above are taken from documents
at the listed site.