Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm

Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
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Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
Freely Rolling Konoid 60mm 3d printed Art Mathematical Art This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
This is a 3D stereopair for cross-eye viewing
A Konoid is an artistic representation of a mathematical object called Sphericon.

It’s hard to believe that being placed on a slanted flat surface it rolls freely in a straight line.
Well it wobbles a little, but it will not stop.
It's available in three different sizes and many materials

From Wolfram MathWorld:
A sphericon is the solid formed from a bicone with opening angle of 90 degrees (and therefore with a=r=h) obtained by slicing the solid with a plane containing the rotational axes resulting in a square cross section, then rotating the two pieces by 90 degrees and reconnecting them.

A sphericon has a single continuous face and rolls by wobbling along that face, resulting in straight-line motion. In addition, one sphericon can roll around another.

cm: 6.14 w x 6.14 d x 6.14 h
in: 2.417 w x 2.417 d x 2.417 h

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