Fractal 3D

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3D Snowflake

Koch's snowflake extruded

It is Christmas season, and it is deadly hot in Brisbane today (29 December 2023) at 39 degrees celsius in the southern hemisphere. I miss and wonder a snowy Christmas in norther hemisphere could be like. Perhaps making a snowflake could cool down my mind. It is also after about 2 years that I have not blogged in this VRMath2 website.

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A paper dragon

a dragon


The dragon curve is a fractal which is defined by replacing a segment of the curve with a (smaller) version of itself.

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Cayley graph 3D

Cayley graph 3D

I was in the keynote session of AAMT conference. In the keynote, the mathematician Hanna Neumann was mentioned. I immediately googled and started reading about her on Wikipedia.

While reading, my thoughts are like the hyperlinks that go everywhere, then suddenly I saw and clicked into the Group theory, where I found the Cayley graph that caught my attention.

It is easily recognisable that this cayley graph is a fractal image, which can be produced with a simple recursive procedure in VRMath2's LOGO language.