Sasho Kalajdzievski Math and Art An Introduction to Visual Mathematics [With CDROM] Ebook Enjoy
More Info: Paperback, 254 pages  Book Published: June 1st 2008 by Chapman & Hall/CRC 
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Ebook Tags:  Author's Name: Sasho Kalajdzievski 
Book's Category: "Uncategorised"  Original Title: Math and Art: An Introduction to Visual Mathematics 
Book Stars: 3.20 of 5 stars  Language of Book: English 
Ebook Review:
Math and Art: An Introduction to Visual Mathematics explores the potential of mathematics to generate visually appealing objects and reveals some of the beauty of mathematics. With a CDROM and a 16page fullcolor insert, it includes numerous illustrations, computergenerated graphics, photographs, and art reproductions to demonstrate how mathematics can inspire art.
Basic Math and Art: An Introduction to Visual Mathematics explores the potential of mathematics to generate visually appealing objects and reveals some of the beauty of mathematics. With a CDROM and a 16page fullcolor insert, it includes numerous illustrations, computergenerated graphics, photographs, and art reproductions to demonstrate how mathematics can inspire art.
Basic Math Topics and Their Visual Aspects
Focusing on accessible, visually interesting, and mathematically relevant topics, the text unifies mathematics subjects through their visual and conceptual beauty. Sequentially organized according to mathematical maturity level, each chapter covers a cross section of mathematics, from fundamental Euclidean geometry, tilings, and fractals to hyperbolic geometry, platonic solids, and topology. For art students, the book stresses an understanding of the mathematical background of relatively complicated yet intriguing visual objects. For science students, it presents various elegant mathematical theories and notions.
Comprehensive Material for a Math in Art Course
Providing all of the material for a complete onesemester course on mathematics in art, this selfcontained text shows how artistic practice with mathematics and a comprehension of mathematical concepts are needed to logically and creatively appreciate the field of mathematics.