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Monthly Archives: February 2017
Rosettes with glide reflection and rotation symmetry
We now come to the last distinct combination of symmetries for friezes and rosettes. It uses the glide reflection and the rotation by 180 degrees resulting from two mirror symmetries of the two preceeding posts. The mapping functions have to have the symmetry … Continue reading
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Tagged mirror symmetry, rose window, Rotational symmetry
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rosettes with glide reflection
For a rosette of pfold rotational symmetry you have an equivalent to the glide reflection symmetry of a fries. It is a rotation by an angle of π/p around its center together with a reflection or rather inversion at r=1. … Continue reading
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Tagged anamorphosis, rose window, Rotational symmetry
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Combinations of mirror symmetries
We now create rosettes with combinations of the two mirror symmetries. We can put them in “parallel” or in “series”. In “parallel” means that the rosette has both symmetries at the same time and thus the mapping functions have to obey … Continue reading
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Tagged image processing, mirror symmetry, rose window, Rotational symmetry
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Rosettes with another mirror symmetry
Symmetries are important for design because they determine the overall appearance of an image. Rotational symmetry without mirror symmetry makes a dynamical image, whereas additional mirror symmetries give a more static appearance. Generally, an image becomes more abstract if we … Continue reading
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Rosettes with mirror symmetry
The program for making rosettes offers many possibilities and it is difficult to find something to aim for. As a guide we can use symmetries. Mirror symmetry at the xaxis is a simple example. It makes that the image remains unchanged … Continue reading
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Tagged image processing, mirror symmetry, programming, rosette, Rotational symmetry
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How to generate rosettes
A rosette is an image with rotational symmetry. For pfold symmetry we can use the methods of the last post “Anamorphosis and symmetries” with a simple power as a mapping function between output and input images: Here z=x+iy relates to … Continue reading
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Tagged anamorphosis, image processing, programming, Rotational symmetry
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