glassy class


Science and the National Science Foundation were pleased to announce the winners of the fourth annual Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge.
We were very pleased to see a slide of our colleague Richard Palais together with Luc Bernard among the competition winners (see above image, First place for illustration). It shows wellknown mathematical surfaces in glassy style.

glassy science is hip —> see Melli Inks work via vvork

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