2 March 2018
Fractals! Geometry! Origami! Math!
So, I'm pretty much obsessed with fractals, math, and origami. I am most inspired by their usage of space . . . I do not have time to wax poetic now, but just take my word for it. It's an obsession. If you want me to talk your ear off about representation of space in things like origami and leveraging virtual reality to recreate/implement fascinating ways to traverse space (modeled off of/inspired by this stuff), then I suggest asking me. Otherwise . . .
Cynthia is aware of this obsession.
Also, Framestore is a cool company. They do awesome work, and I saw a talk they did at NYVR a while back. They're cool people. They have an office in SoHo.
https://www.coral-vr.com/ (I already signed up! And of course it's released on pi day.)
Some videos about fractals:
Fractals are typically not self-similar
Hilbert's Curve: Is infinite math useful?
The Origami Revolution
Hexaflexagons (an obsession of mine since I was 11):
Hexaflexagon Safety Guide