Rotationally symmetric world

Rotationally symmetric world

I am obsessed with rotational symmetry, and am therefore obsessed with roundness.

Posted 25/02/15 by Naren Wilks

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Roundness in Cornwall

Roundness in Cornwall

Roundness visited Cornwall in early January 2014. There roundness discovered not only furious seas (for real) and angels (OK, only in books — Coleridge, if you must know), but also the following round beauties.

Posted 21/09/14 by tim

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Dance around

Posted 21/06/12 by Laura Kriefman

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The medal touch

Posted 09/10/12 by Heidi Hinder

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Sphere 12/16

Sphere 12/16

Welded from approximately 1000 single pieces of construction steel, opening and closing itself like a shell or a walnut, and emitting sound and light when touched from inside

Posted 12/12/11 by Kilian Ochs

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