### Prince Rupert’s Cube Showcase

December 7, 2017

Our final presentation was on Prince Rupert’s Cube. Essentially, the Prince Rupert problem was proposed by Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Prince Rupert’s cube is the largest cube that can pass through a hole cut through another cube without splitting the cube into […]

### Crab Carpet Fractal

November 15, 2017

Starting with 16 squares, I decided to remove 5; the four corner squares and a square on the inside. The coordinates removed are, (0,0), (4,0), (0,4), (4,4) and (1,1). Below, you can see how the total area for each box level (total, big, medium and small) is calculated. This is important to […]

### Prince Rupert’s Cube

October 5, 2017

Our project idea is to make a Prince Rupert’s Cube. The Prince Rupert problem was proposed by Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Prince Rupert’s cube is the largest cube that can pass through a hole cut through another cube without splitting the cube into two pieces. This proposition was […]

### Pythagoras Tree

September 3, 2017

The first fractal I want to print is called the Pythagoras Tree. I love nature, so when I saw a mathematical expression of a tree I was intrigued. According to Wikipedia, it was created by Albert E. Bosman in 1942. Its name was derived from the Greek mathematician Pythagoras because […]

### Hello

August 31, 2017

Hey guys! My name is Taylor Zabinsky, I am from Richmond, VA and I’m a junior. I am majoring in SMAD with a concentration in interactive design. I also have an art minor; I’ve been drawing for as long as I can remember.  I created […]