Turning a Snowball Inside Out: Mathematical Visualization at the 12-foot Scale

Alex Kozlowski, Dan Schwalbe, Carlo H. Séquin, John M. Sullivan and Stan Wagon
Bridges: Mathematical Connections in Art, Music, and Science (2004)
Pages 27–36

Abstract

At the 14th International Snow Sculpting Championships in Breckenridge, CO, Jan 27-31, 2004, Team Minnesota, USA, consisting of the five authors, carved a 12-foot tall representation of the Morin surface - the halfway point of a classical sphere eversion process. This paper describes the design and realization of this ambitious piece of mathematical visualization

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