son of daadd
November 27, 2007 in Links
I spotted this LEGO® Difference Engine right here at Wild About Math!.I’d seen Andrew Lipson’s Mathematical Lego Sculptures page already but misplaced it until now. Here’s more by Andrew Lipson. This Escher-inspired construction is priceless.An MS Word file on Math & Lego by Eugenia Cheng.Eric Harshbarger has some Lego puzzles (and much more). Søren Eilers disputes a calculation in the Lego literature.Understanding Lego Geometry (Mario & Julio Ferrari).
November 28, 2007 at 3:54 pm
isabel GPD on counting lego towers.
November 28, 2007 at 8:09 pm
And to think I was impressed by a marble binary adder. That difference engine is something.
You might also like this lego orrery.
November 28, 2007 at 10:07 pm
that binary adder is pretty impressive;
reminds me of a toy i had as a kid.
and orreries are cool … but is it *lego*?
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