#3DxJewelry – Fractal Mathematics Designs by MANDELWERK #3DxMathematics #3DThursday #3DPrinting
Mandelwerk brings a passion for mathematics and fractals to bear on the design of rings, bracelet and other objects — including what they refer to as the The Holy GRAIL of 3D FRACTALS (and it is apparently a grail drinking container!) at the bottom of this post. Thanks to Amy Radcliffe for the tip!
The Mandelbulb – A three-dimensional analogue of the Mandelbrot set, invented by Daniel White and Paul Nylander at the end of 2009 – Be the among the first to wear one on your finger – Z > Z^2 + C – Made a real life object with the help of Mandelbulb 3D > Fiji > Meshlab > Netfabb > Shapeways – Measured diameter printed in Frosted detail: 18.5mm – also available with a diameter of 20mm and in silver!
Further Development of the Cosmological Essays, Which Contains the Secret of the Universe; on the Marvelous Proportion of the Celestial Spheres, and on the True and Particular Causes of the Number, Magnitude, and Periodic Motions of the Heavens; Established by Means of the Five Regular Geometric Solids as Kaleidoscopic Iterated Function Systems along with the Menger Hyper KIFS
The Holy ring of 3D fractals -Sculptural finger ornament by fractal mathematics.
The Bronze ring is fantastic in its shifts from copper to brass, the silver ring is very clear in the details and more discrete… 😉
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