Item description for MESH: A Journey Through Discrete Geometry (Springer VideoMATH) by Beau Janzen, Konrad Polthier, James Miller, Edmund Cykler, Jacques Wolgensinger, Timothy E. Liston & Raymond E. Feist...
MESH is a mathematical video on polyhedral meshes and their role in geometry, numerics and computer graphics. The film is completely computer-generated using the latest technology and spans the range from ancient Greek mathematics to the area of geometric modelling of today. MESH has already won several science awards worldwide. The authors are Konrad Polthier, a professor of mathematics, and Beau Janzen, a professional film director.
The film is an excellent teaching tool for courses on geometry, visualization, scientific computing and geometric modelling at universities and centres for computational science, and can be used in schools, too.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.25" Height: 7.25" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2007
ISBN 3540284788 ISBN13 9783540284789
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The story of Geometry like you've never seen before. Feb 22, 2008
It's amazing on how well this film is put together. It has a great way of explaining, what at times seems like such complicated material that would be over most people's heads, shown in such a creative way that is easily understood by anyone watching it. If you don't find yourself following the concepts by definition you'll find yourself being hypnotized by its visual stunning CG eye candy, and animation. Just ask my 4 year old nephew who has been asking to watch it again. Though he may not completely understand the film, it is truly an engaging and entertaining piece of work that really gets your gears turning.