Amazing Labyrinths, Further Developments II

Samuel Verbiese
Proceedings of Bridges 2011: Mathematics, Music, Art, Architecture, Culture (2011)
Pages 531–534


In the wake of the art exhibition associated to the Banff 2009 Bridges conference where I showed my `Chartres Laborange', Eva Knoll suggested I try making other spheres sporting labyrinth designs of hers such as those I referenced in my paper `Amazing Labyrinths, Further Developments', at the same conference. A first result was shown off-exhibit at Pécs 2010, and I give an account on how it was reached, along with another development with new `evident' insight (fun red Ariadne thread in this paper, when read on the CD!) But before that, I present new results involuntarily induced by Carlo Séquin, based on the St. Omer labyrinth; also, as my Banff Paper lacked images, I show two kinds of Saffron Walden grapefruit labyrinths inspired by discussions with John Sharp.