Lab Cat

19 Feb 2008

And I thought I was nerdy…

Filed under: Knitting, Science — Tags: , , — Cat @ 10:18 am

Some one is knitting topographical surfaces:

Not sure I understand the mathematics involved, but these are very interesting. How do you think you wear it? Visit Dr Sarah-Marie Belcastro for information about her work and other information about mathematical knitting. There is even a book – hmm, now, I know what I want for my birthday. I think I’ll have to start with a basic mobius strip. I’ve made one the easy way – knitting a long strip and grafting together, but not this way where the mobius knit is part of the knitting.

[Hat tip M.O., thanx]

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1 Comment »

  1. Excellent material. Perhaps this is the way to fold proteins and maybe I should take up knitting. Excellent sunsets above & good luck with the new job.

    Comment by Great Molecular Crapshoot — 26 Feb 2008 @ 4:58 pm


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