Boolean functions are used in computing to define an output as the result of two inputs. Different boolean operators applied to the same two inputs results in different outputs. For example, a boolean AND operation performed on two overlapping shapes would return only the overlapping section. The output is only the area where both shape 1 AND shape 2 exist. A boolean OR operation, on the other hand, would return both shapes merged into one. The output in this case is the area where either shape 1 OR shape 2 exist.This pendant uses the boolean NOT operation to turn two classic shapes, a torus and a Mobius strip, into a new, unique form. The result is a pendant that features a Mobius strip defined entirely by the spaces the pendant doesn't occupy. The twisting form provides a unique accent and draws attention.