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Shapeways: Bring your creativity to life in 3DMathematical sculptures installed at the University of Melbourne
http://www.shapeways.com/forum/index.php?t=rview&goto=52865&th=10594#msg_52865
The first 3 are unusual versions of surfaces: a Möbius strip, a Klein bottle and a Torus. The other two are based on two 4-dimensional polytopes, analogous to the 3-dimensional dodecahedron and icosahedron.

They were printed by Shapeways, and spray dyed by me!

]]>henryseg2012-08-20T02:17:19-00:00Re: Mathematical sculptures installed at the University of Melbourne
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]]>carine2012-08-24T14:17:21-00:00Re: Mathematical sculptures installed at the University of Melbourne
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Round Möbius Strip: http://shpws.me/3WTX
Round Klein Bottle: http://shpws.me/3YKV
Clifford Torus: http://shpws.me/5m78
Half of a 120-Cell: http://shpws.me/4elh
Half of a 600-Cell: http://shpws.me/3Y5h

There are also smaller (less expensive!) versions of all of the models: http://shpws.me/3QXt http://shpws.me/3QXb http://shpws.me/5l4n http://shpws.me/3QNT http://shpws.me/3QwG]]>henryseg2012-08-25T02:01:21-00:00Re: Mathematical sculptures installed at the University of Melbourne
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I used to walk those halls - Melbourne Uni is my old college!

]]>natalia2012-08-31T19:53:13-00:00Re: Mathematical sculptures installed at the University of Melbourne
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YouTube video.