These beautiful works of art, created by Stanford design instructor John Edmark, were inspired and made possible by the Fibonacci sequence. They're a sight to behold when viewed under a strobe light or at low shutter speeds, so don't miss seeing them come to life on today's show!
On today's show, we discuss how a 3D-printed model saved a girl's life, watch Super Mario play his own game with the help of AI, and check out some amazing zoetrope sculptures inspired and built with the Fibonacci sequence in mind.
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