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some images of the numbered clebsch file available on shapeways. please contact us if you would like to use imagery […]

images of models being printed for exhibition at ACM SIGgraph in 2008 in Los Angeles.

our mathematical model project in progress. images circa 2004.

our project to recreate portions of a classical mathematical model collection as rapid prototyping models are now available on shapeways. […]

we were quite pleased to have our mathematical model work featured in joshua batson’s article in wired magazine. joshua batson’s […]

the preliminary rough cut for the clebsch diagonal surface animation with lines and configurations. make sure to CLICK ON THE […]

our recreation of the famous classical model of the clebsch diagonal surface and its complex configurations. we have numbered and […]

a contact sheets of images from a classical mathematical model collection, originally made by hand in plaster in the 1800’s. […]

models from a recreation of a series of singular cubic surfaces as presented at association for computing manufacturing’s SIGgraph conference […]

these images are of models of the Numbered Clebsch Diagonal Cubic Surface as presented at association for computing manufacturing’s SIGgraph […]

the clebsch diagonal surface and its lines as a thin shell model in a two material rapid prototyping process. please […]

our recreation of the famous classical model of the clebsch diagonal surface and its twenty seven lines in a two […]

The models shown here are recreations of a Classical Mathematical Model Collection originally made by hand in plaster in the […]

our work was accepted by jury for Exhibition at the Association for Computing Machinery’s SIGGRAPH in Los Angeles in 2008. […]

we are currently working on a revision to this animation which was a “prototype” animation using the CAD file used […]

we would be more than happy to discuss your using our images or printing your own models from our digital […]

arsmathematica 2007 where we exhibited the mathematical model project. our bohemian stars are used as the background to this presentation. […]

ars mathematica 2007 where we exhibited the mathematical model project. our bohemian stars are used as the background to this […]

a set of reduced size versions of the project “artifacts of research: on singularities” which we began in 1999. this […]