Calabi-Yau 3d printed Sculptures Mathematical Art
A slice of the Calabi-Yau Space which models the 6 hidden dimensions of the10-dimensional space of string theory. Two dimensions are held constant, and the resulting 4-dimensional solid is projected into 3 space, using graphics developed by Andrew J Hanson of Indiana University in Mathematica (see Wolfram Mathematica Demonstration) It was solidified in Meshlab. The C-Y space with two variables held constant may be described as the solution set of a quintic polynomial (n=5) in 4 dimensional complex projective space. (See Fermat Space, for which I have a model with n=3.)
cm: 4.602 w x 4.6 d x 5.89 h
in: 1.812 w x 1.811 d x 2.319 h


  • White Strong & Flexible

    White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.