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The Dutch artist Mauritis Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) is, perhaps, one of the most highly respected artists in the world of mathematics. He is, without a doubt, one of the most successful contemporary "mathematical artists". His work reflects a deep understanding of geometry. However, the mathematical content of his work is much closer to you than you think. Just look around you, perhaps with a slightly different perspective to normal, and you will start to recognise different areas of maths that you have studied at school. This unit will help you to look at things from a mathematical point of view.
PRIOR KNOWLEDGE: The knowledge required is explained in this course
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: To recognise the value of the aesthetic qualities of geometric patterns and their importance in the world of art. To apply isometric transformations in order to create tessellations autonomously. To deepen the students' understanding of the elements related to transformations on the plane. To recognise mathematical applications in everyday life and the world we live in.
KNOWLEDGE TYPE: declarative, procedural
The use of the following contents is universal, free of charge and open, provided that it is for non-commercial educational use. The actions, products and utilities derived from its use are therefore not allowed to generate any profit. Moreover, the reference to the source is required.
Installation is not required
Locally install and enable the Java interpreter and the Descartes applet plug-in.
Fecha publicación: 28.3.2015