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More on the upcoming Bridges math-art conference.

More on the upcoming Bridges math-art conference.

Originally shared by Patrick Honner

Looking forward to the 2015 Bridges Math and Art conference in Baltimore! I'll be presenting a short paper on Monte Carlo art and exhibiting a photograph in the Mathematical Art gallery.
http://mrhonner.com/archives/15011
http://mrhonner.com/archives/15011

Lots of good math-art links in this post by Gwen Fisher, many related to the upcoming Bridges conference.

Lots of good math-art links in this post by Gwen Fisher, many related to the upcoming Bridges conference.

I'm excited to see her talk and others at Bridges this month.  This will be my first year attending.

Originally shared by Gwen Fisher

Bridges Paper - Highly Unlikely Triangles and Other Impossible Figures in Bead Weaving
I have been going a little crazy saving a surprise for you all, and today is finally the day to share it!  Meet the Highly Unlikely Tetrahedron. These are photos that I will be presenting with my paper at the Bridges Conference in Baltimore this month . My ...

Sweet!

Sweet! Press already brewing for a mathematical coloring book by Edmund Harriss and Alex Bellos, coming out this September.

I know Sarah Nemec-Nelson and her coloring club are going to enjoy this one. I'm happy to have contributed an image too :)

Originally shared by Betsy McCall
http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/jul/06/colouring-in-books-boom-continues-with-volume-of-mathematical-patterns

GitWikXiv

GitWikXiv

An interesting discussion of extending the arXiv to collaborative, wiki-like papers.

http://blog.jessriedel.com/2015/04/16/beyond-papers-gitwikxiv/

The author had a good discussion with Paul Ginsparg, the creator of the arXiv, who supplied the figures for 2014-15 of which licenses people use.

See also the rest of the posts in the series, at

http://blog.jessriedel.com/all-posts/#GitWikXiv
http://blog.jessriedel.com/2015/04/16/beyond-papers-gitwikxiv