These Sculptures Look Cool Just On Their Ownâ€”Wait Until You See Them Spin
by N/A, 8 years ago | 1 min read| 100
John Edmark, a design professor at Stanford University, has created some of the most remarkable sculptures ever before seen. And they don't stand still.
Using a 3D printer, John creates geometrically perfect structures using Fibonacci numbers - a series of integers whose values increase in a sequence that is visually reflective of a perfect spiral. His sculptures then rotate in synchrony with a strobe that occurs every 137.5 degrees of a revolution (the golden angle). Sound complex? It is. The only thing that overshadows the complexity and genius of John's creations, is their sheer beauty.
John Edmark, Fibonacci Sculptures
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