A collection of interactive articles that attempt to connect math, science and art together. The interactive component of the articles is intended to enhance the reader's experience and hopefully communicate a deeper understanding of concepts through computer aided design and visualization.
This article explores the science and properties of color. Color is the result of the radiation of light which is perceived by the human eye as the visible spectrum of light. Color can be broken down by its hue, value, and saturation. This foundation (math) and theory behind color is discussed as well as its application in the age of computers.
The unit circle is a unifying idea in mathematics that connects many useful concepts together. This article goes over the basic properties of the circle using interactive examples and explains how they connect to the trigonometric functions and pythagorean theorem.
Logarithms and exponents are operators in mathematics that both have a number base. This article explores how their structure is similar to that of a perfect tree.