# Tag Archives for **math**

## The Sacrament of the Last Supper – Salvador Dali

I’ve never seen this Dali painting before! Crazy. It’s like hearing a hit song by one of your favorite bands, that you somehow missed over the years. The golden ratio abounds in this painting. It’s in the table, the pentagonal … Continue reading

## You said it, brother…

http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=255285

## Astronomical

What a tremendous waste of paper…cool idea though, and beautifully executed. Recycle? http://mishka.lockandhenner.com/blog/?cat=45

## Tool’s Into Math

Or at least their music would seem to suggest as such… Here’s a link to an article about how the Fibonacci sequence figures prominently in the album Lateralus, by Tool. http://www.upvenue.com/music-news/blog-headline/1142/fibonacci-in-tool-s-lateralus.html This is definitely one my favorite albums of … Continue reading

## Three Notes Is A Chord

When three different notes are sounding simultaneously they create the first instance of a chord. Chords can have many more than just three notes, but I would argue that they may have no less than three. Two notes is afterall … Continue reading

## Intervals

An interval of space is a length. An interval of time is a duration. An interval of pitch in Western music theory is rather unimaginatively called an “interval.” Intervals are a way to compare the “space” between two notes. Let’s … Continue reading

## Expressing Sounds with Color

I’ve got this idea, but I’m not exactly sure of how to pull it off logistically. I want to turn the sound of two instruments playing single notes simultaneously into a visual landscape, and I want to build it out … Continue reading

## Y u no…?

Damn you chain rule!

## sin b/ tan b = cos by

This is math and art…kinda. right? The expression on his face is priceless. So there’s this… Trigonometric identity: sin x = tan x cos x Therefore, sin x = tan x cos x which means… sin x = … Continue reading