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Friday math movie: Inspirations - animation of Escher art

By Murray Bourne, 16 Mar 2012

This is a nice animation of Escher's many ideas. There's plenty of other math concepts thrown in for good measure. See how many you can spot.

The story behind the opening chessboard scene can be found here: Math Fairy Story.

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