Category Archives: roger burrows

Author, inventor, and developer of interactive learning products for children.

Concepts of Visual Logic Update

Am now on page 214 after an edit. Have added a really simple convergence proof for the Fibonacci ratio converging on Phi – so simple that it could even be Pythagorean. Also added an exact and not a fudged analysis … Continue reading

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Concepts of Visual Logic

This is the new working title after “Universe of Geometries.” Now on page  200 and  have  continued to add new material to Neolithic, Greek & Pythagorean, Celtic, and Islamic sections. Have more or less completed the Shape Changing Polyhedra section … Continue reading

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A Universe Of Geometries

Am now 110 pages into my new book, A Universe Of Geometries,”  with about 200 pages to go. I aim to complete by the end April. The book is content rich, packed with info, and intended as a course, and … Continue reading

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Nancy Stetson’s Art Studio, Boulder, Colorado

We went to visit an old friend of mine, Nancy Stetson, in Boulder, Colorado, two weekends ago. About thirty-five years ago Nancy asked me if I would design an art studio, to be built on the foothills just above Boulder. … Continue reading

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The Geomorph Exhibition at the Leonardo

The “Geomorph – When Mathematics Meets Art Everything Changes,” at the Leonardo in SLC was very successful with lots of visitors. The exhibition was organized in four sections: 1. Geometry Through Time; 2. Dynamic Sphere Geometry; 3. Shape Changers; and 4. … Continue reading

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Geomorph PCTV interview

Links for last weeks PCTV interview, “Geomorph – Everything Changes When Mathematics meets Art”: Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZBLr-qUrqo Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnFfnExZNZo Think that my “jargon” is slightly better in the KPCW interview on http://kpcw.org/2012/09/the-mountain-life-sept-12-2012/.  Hope to see you next month at the … Continue reading

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KPCW – Talking about Geomorph and about the process of invention

Appeared on KPCW this morning to talk about my upcoming exhibition, workshops, and residency, at the Leonardo, in Salt lake City – Utah’s Creative Science and Technology Museum. If you’d like to hear the broadcast please visit: http://kpcw.org/2012/09/the-mountain-life-sept-12-2012/. We talked about … Continue reading

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The Leonardo: Everything Changes When Math Meets Art

The “Geomorph,” exhibition date approaches and I’ll be building shape-changing geometrical structures; preparing large high definition LCDs, to display animations of new and ancient geometries, setting up an interactive program designed as a visual and geometrical game of logic; printing … Continue reading

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Curiosity Rover Lands On Mars

Congratulations to JPL, and the whole NASA team, on successfully landing the Curiosity Rover on Mars; and thanks for sharing the landing experience on NASA TV last night! Curiosity travelled from the Earth to Mars in about eight months, traveling 352 … Continue reading

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Timbuctoo and Tahir Shah

Tahir Shah, and his lovely family, just visited us in Park City. Tahir is not a mathematician, or a scientist, but an author of books, “…many of which chronicle a wide range of outlandish journeys through Africa, Asia and the Americas. … Continue reading

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