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Frédéric Vayssouze-Faure is a French animator that creates animated GIFs to visualize complex mathematical concepts. From exploding dandelions and rotating lines of text to pendulum domino experiments and retro video game style flyovers, each mesmerizing animation explores things like sine functions and oscillations visually. All the animated GIFs are published on the wavegrower Tumblr, which, as he describes it, “is a branch of the wavegrower project in which I’m focused on combining minimalism and multitude to create dynamic artworks with more than one level of reading, the first being that every cell constituting them has its own simple periodic motion, meaning regularly looping by spinning or twisting or stretching or balancing or revolving or swinging or shaking or beating or vibrating, in a word : oscillating.” The fascinating works will keep you entertained for hours while you’re also learning that math can be visually appealing. Everything is visually broken down and explained gorgeously in a way that only an artistic math teacher could accomplish.


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