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Truchet Art

On Tuesday evening I attended a Maths-Art Seminar at London Knowledge Lab. This was a talk by Cameron Browne on Truchet curves and surfaces. More information on this and other topics, as well as some interesting visuals can be found at Cameron’s website.

Maths-Art Seminars are videoed and available in the fullness of time through the LKL Maths-Art Seminars website.

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