Photos of “Mathematica” Eames exhibition

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"Mathematica includes a wealth of interactive components. Funhouse mirrors teach a lesson about transposition. Projective Geometry creates “an elaborate artifice,” which changes as you look at it from different directions. The hypnotic balls in the Celestial Mechanics exhibit move faster and faster as they near the center of the cone, just as planets closer to the sun orbit more quickly due to the sun’s gravitational pull. There is also an incredible forty-foot-long, eight-foot-tall timeline of the “Men of Modern Mathematics,” showing the history of mathematics from A.D. 1000 to the present (1961). Today, three versions of Mathematica are currently on display at the Museum of Science in Boston, Massachusetts; the New York Hall of Science, in Queens, New York; and most recently, The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan." –https://www.eamesoffice.com/the-work/mathematica/
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