I like to graph food using Desmos, as you can see from my Food Graphs page above. Food makes for the most incredible array of possible mathematical shapes. Last year, I was eating dinner with my kids and realized the potential for graphing our pasta that night. It was Cavatappi pasta.
I graphed it and had a lot of fun doing so…wouldn’t you?
But the other day I was wondering about actually graphing the pasta. Mathematically making the tube happen. So when Eli showed up on a twitter chat I was in, I jumped on the chance to challenge him!
Less than 12 hours later and he comes up with this…and calls it “my best entry.”
— Eli Luberoff (@eluberoff) September 22, 2015
Visit the page for the math. But check this out first. [youtube=http://youtu.be/pHzYeFuOBv8]
You’ve set the bar a bit high, my friend. Thank you for both the support and the inspiration.