SURFER at Tecnopolis

SURFER at Tecnopolis
2012년 7월 26일

SURFER is presented as part of a big IMAGINARY installation in Tecnópolis, Buenos Aires Argentina. For the first time a half dome with 7.5 meters diameter has been constructed to host 3 SURFER touch screen panels and a gallery of algebraic surfaces. The dome features coordinate axes and is the eyecatcher of the “Pabellón de Matemática” of Tecnópolis 2012.

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