Multiplication Tables on Circular String Art lead to Mandelbrot and classic curves

Thanks to Ed Kellogg for this interesting video link (Times Tables, Mandelbrot and the Heart of Mathematics by Mathologer) and his comments: “This looks like a real treasure trove to me! And not just Mathologer – looks like a lot of other mathematicians or mathematics enthusiasts have put up some great videos since the last […]






Möbius strips of light … Donald in Mathmagic Land … Golden Ratio Nautilus

From the backlog of interesting sacred geometry links I’ve been meaning to share, here are three, with thanks to colleagues who shared the links with me so I can pass along to you! 🙂 Möbius strips of light” … These mathematical structures show up everywhere from M.C. Escher drawings to electrical circuits, but almost never […]






Interesting geometric links to wrap up 2015

Hi all: Here’s a fun and interesting collection of sacred geometry links you might enjoy: The Geometric Origin of Color – Part 2 from Frank van den Bovenkamp of Triguna Media; also check out the neat fractal patterns on his video on The Binacci Fractal – Exploring the Subwave Structure of the Universe A hexagonal/cube/Flower Of […]






Martineau Solar System Calendars

Every year I update this sacred geometry calendar which has images from the Martineau Solar System. Here are details about the 12 images which are highly accurate geometric models of pairs of planetary orbits in our solar system. They were inspired by the remarkable work of John Martineau (publisher of Wooden Books), who wrote “A […]






Beading in 3D, 120-cell 3D printed models and more

I received a general question via email from a visitor to GeometryCode.com interested in beading 3-dimensional shapes. Here are the results of my explorations in the process of very quickly researching this question, and my response: Since your original question was about beading – although many of these may not have geometric aspects of interest […]






Geometric art and mandalas du jour

From the ‘elegant fun’ department: these kinetic sculptures by David C. Roy remind me simultaneously of favorite screen savers, animated crop circles and perhaps a few other moving mandala metaphors for cyclic interactions and relationships with curved arcs, circular and Yin/Yang archetypes; some lovely examples of moving geometry suitable for adorning one’s walls. His site […]






GeometryCode bulletin – June 2015

(1) News, Events, Interviews, Workshops, Classes, Exhibits, Products, Articles, Tutorials Vibration Station Conversation: Emoto, Cymatics, Mentalism, Polarity and more… Dave Cohen (a.k.a. Davie Crockett) and I shared this conversation on 28 June 2015, on his LA Talk Radio show. We began with talking about the work of Masuru Emoto, Hans Jenny, quantum technology, mind (of […]






GeometryCode bulletin – May 2015

(1) News, Events, Interviews, Workshops, Classes, Exhibits, Products, Articles, Tutorials Our Virtual Reality Video of the Mind Dave Cohen (a.k.a. Davie Crockett) and I shared a conversation on 17 May 2015, on his LA Talk Radio show starting with the article noted below Quantum Entanglement Verified: Why Space Is Just The Construct That Gives The […]






NOVA – The Great Math Mystery

Looks like an interesting program … I’m looking forward to watching this PBS program! “Join NOVA on a mathematical mystery tour—a provocative exploration of math’s astonishing power across the centuries. We discover math’s signature in the swirl of a nautilus shell, the whirlpool of a galaxy, and the spiral in the center of a sunflower. […]






GeometryCode bulletin for March 2015

(1) News, Events, Interviews, Workshops, Classes, Exhibits, Products, Articles, Tutorials Buckyball turns 30 In 1985, a new form of carbon molecule was discovered with 60 carbon atoms (C60) which was named the “Buckyball” in honor of Buckminster Fuller’s nickname “Bucky” and the general class of materials were christened as “Fullerenes.” If you’ve ever examined the […]