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Beauty of Mathematics [Video]
posted November 9 2013 12:29.56 by spic0m




Math, it's so boring. Said everyone anytime anyone ever asked them to do basic arithmetic. But it doesn't have to be! Yann Pineill & Nicolas Lefaucheux of Parachutes.tv has dispelled the notion that math is boring by making it look beautiful. Yes, beautiful. And a little bit like seeing The Matrix.

In the video below, one grid of the triptych shows something happening in real life, another grid shows the mathematical equation of that real life act and the middle grid shows a schematic diagram view of what's happening in real life.

It's like being able to see the underlying reasons of why things work the way they work. It's like being able to see what's happening in the real world get translated into The Matrix. Whoa.



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  • At 9 November 2013, 14:42:09 user ankit pandey wrote:   [reply @ ankit pandey]
    • nice video












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