3D Printing: Math Research & Education, Optical Neural Circuitry: 1
Meter to 1 Ångström, and Dance!
Thursday Dec 8th, 5:30 pm
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Students from our inaugural 3D Printing class will present their 3D
prints and describe their experiences in the course. What would go into
a 3D toolbox to help students visualize Calculus objects? How does
light going into your eye, transforms into chemicals in your brain?
Would you better understand if you held the neurons in your hands? How
many tetrahedra fit into a sphere? No one knows … yet! Can you twist
hyperbolic paper into a Mobius Band? No one knows … yet! How do you
3D print a dancer? Is there a formula for that?
Sponsored by the Arts Alliance of St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
RSVP requested by 12/01: https://goo.gl/forms/rMjn0yG4DXHyWFjf1 .
Watch a video of the students describing their projects: