COMPUTER DESIGN USING DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY

 These are some computer generated images, based on the mathematical equations of  self-similar surfaces and equiangular surfaces.
A surface is self-similar, if any increment in the polar angles brings to a proportional surface; it is equiangular, if at each point the polar radius and the normal vector form a constant angle.
© Khristo Boyadzhiev


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Dr. Khristo Boyadzhiev
Comments:k-boyadzhiev@onu.edu
Revised:12/26/2007