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Tag Archives: Rotational symmetry
Color symmetry using the length scale of the inflated lattice
I have shown some images with 2color symmetry upon rotation shown in “images of 10fold rotational …“. But the fast color changes they hacked them into small pieces. We can get better images if we use a color changing function with … Continue reading
images with 5fold symmetry and color change indicating selfsimilarity
And now for more images with 5fold rotational symmetry and color change derived from selfsimilarity as discussed in “selfsimilarity and color modification“. Zoom in to see the molten watch faces in this image: Here I used the portrait of a … Continue reading
images of 8fold rotational symmetry and color changing mirror symmetry
Here I am showing some quasiperiodic designs of eightfold rotational symmetry. They have a color change upon mirroring at the xaxis and 7 other mirror axis generated by the rotational symmetry. Note that these images have a rather large scale … Continue reading
images of 10fold rotational symmetry and 2color symmetry upon rotation
Here are some images of 10fold rotational symmetry and 2color symmetry upon rotation. They have an additional mirror symmetry. Thus you can discover local mirror symmetries with and without color change. Again, they are of large size and you can … Continue reading
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Examples of basic fivefold rotational symmetry
Here are some quasiperiodic designs of fivefold rotational symmetry. They relate to the Penrose tiling and use the method of “quasiperiodic patterns of 5fold symmetry …“. For all three images the wave packages for the anamorphic mappings X(x,y) and Y(x,y) use the … Continue reading
Morphing between square symmetry and eight fold rotational symmetry
A long time ago in “Crazy graph paper” I have shown a morphing between the square lattice and the quasiperiodic AmmannBeenker tiling of eightfold rotational symmetry. We can do similar morphs with mapping functions using waves. The wave vectors (1,0) … Continue reading
Selfsimilarity and color modification
The Penrose tiling is selfsimilar as many other quasiperiodic tilings. It matches a copy of itself inflated by the golden ratio τ=(1+√5)/2≅1.618, see “Penrose tiling tied up in ribbons“. Noting that our quasiperiodic designs of 5fold symmetry are closely related to … Continue reading