Hinged Dissections Showcase

December 13, 2017 Nathan Glass

On Thursday we had our class Showcase event. For our presentation, Emily and I focused on Hinged Dissections. To help people visualize Hinged Dissections, we had a few different displays. One of our displays had information on Rhombic Dodecahedron along with two 3-D printed […]

The Plaid Carpet Fractal

November 9, 2017 Nathan Glass

The Plaid Carpet design was made by removing four blocks from level 1 coordinates [0,0], [3,0], [0,3], and [3,3]. The surface area for level 1 would be the number of boxes removed, times the area of the big boxes, from the number of boxes that comprise the total area of the complete […]

Koch Snowflake

September 6, 2017 Nathan Glass

The first fractal I want to print is the Koch Snowflake. According to Wikipedia, the Koch Snowflake is a mathematical curve and one of the earliest fractal curves to have been described. It is based on the Koch Curve which appeared in a 1904 paper titled […]