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These scientists created jewelry out of the striking shapes of chaos theory

11 days ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / Chaotic shapes 3D-printed in bronze represent the first step in the transformation from chaos to manufacturable forms. (credit: F. Bertacchini/P.S. Pantano/E. Bilotta)
A team of Italian scientists has figured out a way of turning the striking, complex twisting shapes of chaos theory into actual jewelry, according to a new paper published in the journal Chaos. These pieces aren't simply inspired by chaos theory; they were directly created from its mathematical principles.
"Seeing the chaotic shapes transformed into real, polished, shiny, physical jewelry was a great pleasure for...
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