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Friday math movie - Trigonometric Strange Attractor Evolution

By Murray Bourne, 28 Mar 2008

Here's some mathematical art. According to Kaervos1024's description:

This is a video of a strange attractor orbiting a 5-dimensional point in parameter space while being influenced by random 5D force vectors.

Think about that for a minute. 5D force vectors? Awesome.

See the 6 Comments below.

6 Comments on “Friday math movie - Trigonometric Strange Attractor Evolution”

  1. sindhu says:

    yet another video not available :/

  2. Murray says:

    Strange, Sindhu.

    This movie is working fine for me. I even tried it in a few different browsers to see if that was the issue, but it works in each.

    Anyone else having Sindhu's problem?

  3. Nick says:

    It works for me! πŸ™‚

  4. Sunmalus says:

    I do have the same problem as Sindhu. It says "This video has been removed by the user" :/

    It's really annoying because I really want to see it :p

  5. Murray says:

    Sadly, it seems that it is gone forever...

  6. Quaki says:

    yet another maths video that i did not understand. To me it was just another grpahics that I see in windoes media player πŸ™

    Nevertheless I am throroughly enjoying the maths classes for the first time in my 35 years of life πŸ™‚

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