The IMAGINARY exhibition is showing in various cities in The Netherlands throughout September 2016 – June 2017. Admission is free!
IMAGINARY@Belgium 2015-2016 is a travelling exhibition organised by the Flanders Mathematics Olympiade, the KU Leuven and Kulak, the University of Antwerp, Ghent University, Hasselt University, the Free University of Brussels and the Belgian Mathematical Society.
After the success of two public exhibitions in Kao-hsiung (Dec. 2015~ Feb. 2016) and Taipei (Mar. 2016~ May 2016), the IMAGINARY— Infinity and Beyond, held by TMS (the Mathematical Society of Taiwan), looked for local schools outside these two cities for small-scaled exhibitions so that more people can enjoy these wonderful mathematical arts during the period between June, 2016 and May 2017. So far, thirteen schools joined this project.
The project “IMAGINARY Turkey” is part of the German-Turkish Year of Science and is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Science and Education (BMBF). Its idea is to strengthen scientific ties between the two countries through jointly organizing mathematics exhibition and through networking in the field of mathematics communication.
Thanks to our worldwide community and great content, IMAGINARY is more popular than ever! To help IMAGINARY grow and meet the increasing demand, we have decided to found our own non-profit organisation, supported by the Leibniz Association.
Participate in the new competition of exhibit modules for Mathematics of Planet Earth (MPE)! The best modules will be awarded and will enrich the successful MPE exhibition. Special prize for Africa-related exhibits!
The project aims to enhance the scientific exchange and dissemination of current mathematical research between Germany and Israel.
[ Para español visitar http://imaginary.org/es/project/imaginary-uruguay ]
The project IMAGINARY URUGUAY aims to spread and bring over the community to the mathematical research in an interactive, understandable and visually attractive way, building a plataform to enhance the collaboration between the different stakeholders in mathematics education.
The idea of Mathcraft is to create paper sculptures of algebraic surfaces which can be rebuild at home. How do we get from the equation of a surface to a 2d surface mesh and then to paper sculptures? The idea of this project is to answer this question, to prepare such meshes for a series of standard and non-standard surfaces and to describe open tools which help us to do so.
This is a networking project for professionals of Math Communication. The objective is to support the community of math communicators, and to stimulate the exchange of experiences and ideas between members of this network.
The Mathematics Translations in Europe (MaTiE) project is a collaborative project of popular mathematics communicators within Europe, with the aim to disseminate print and online media on popular mathematics within Europe, with a particular focus on availability of translations in as many European languages possible. The project is initiated by the Raising Public Awareness Committee of the European Mathematical Society (EMS) and coordinated by its members in collaboration with IMAGINARY.
The French section of IMAGINARY is launched! During the year 2015, there are going to be events and exhibition, and the entire website is going to be translated to French…
A bundle of opensource software for “playing music” on algebraic surfaces (AS).
It is a generative music method based on trajectories traced over AS.
The goal of the project is the interactive exploration of different musical and aural posibilities of the AS.
jsurf is the core of the SURFER program and many other projects for visualizing real algebraic surfaces. It is able to produce images of a single algebraic surface quite quickly and robust. This projects aims for extending the capabilities of jsurf towards rendering of multiple implicit surfaces with transparencies.
SURFER is a program for visualizing real algebraic surfaces. The user interface is primarily designed for exhibitions. It does not offer advanced options for more professional users. In addition, its implementation is based on the JavaFX 1.3 framework which has been abandoned by Oracle in 2010. In order to continue development on this wonderful program, the user interface needs to be rewritten using a different user interface (UI) toolkit.