Join Waterloo’s Faculty of Mathematics on Friday, Jan. 25, as we build a larger-than-life 3D projection of a 4D polytope model
This mathematical artifact, called an omnitruncated dodecaplex, will be built by student volunteers.
The “barn raising” of the omnitruncated dodecaplex is an opportunity for students to learn in a hands-on manner about geometry. Upon completion, the piece of art, which will weigh three kilograms and have a diameter of three metres, will proudly hang in the Mathematics 3 atrium.
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Location: Math 3 Atrium, University of Waterloo
Date: Friday, January 25
Time: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
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