Mathematicians and artists continue to create stunning works in all media and to explore the visualization of mathematics--origami, computer-generated landscapes, tesselations, fractals, anamorphic art, and more
 

After receiving a Ph.D. in mathematics at Ohio State, I taught for several years at Merrimack College in Massachusetts, followed by a visiting position at Hamilton College, before settling into teaching mathematics and computer science at Hopkins School in New Haven, Connecticut. Although I teach mathematics for a living, I am also passionate about coding, music, and visual arts. I have helped to maintain the Flash tutorial site flashandmath, and more recently my own HTML5 Canvas and JavaScript blog, rectangleworld. Daniel Gries (Hopkins School, New Haven, CT)

 
 

Stripes

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Chaos Game Fractal 1

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Chaos Game Fractal 2

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Chaos Game Fractal 3

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Jellyfish 1

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Jellyfish 2

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Perlin Lines

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Parametric Surface

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Random Walk on Sphere

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American Mathematical Society