Month: October 2010

Metroid costume completed

Last week, we posted about Joseph DeRose and his dad, Tony, working on an ambitious Halloween costume based on the Metroid character Samus. They emailed to let us know that the costume is done. You can see the final assembly in the video above. There’s also a video of the making of the helmet. Great […]

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Math Monday: Gyrangle

Math Monday: Gyrangle

By George Hart for the Museum of Mathematics As announced a few weeks ago in this column, I made a large mathematical artwork at a public “sculpture barn-raising” on the National Mall in Washington DC last weekend.  Hundreds of people helped me screw together these 490 laser-cut triangles into this structure which illustrates a discretization […]

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Laser Argyle Pumpkin

Fil Baumanis took a laser cutter to a pumpkin, in the name of argyle! Laser Argyle Halloween Pumpkin Monster on Flickr

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