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MO-Labs-Objects in Imaginary-Box

MO-Labs produced 4 Math Sculptures and several texts for the German so-called “Imaginary Entdeckerbox”. This is a box containing material suitable for …

Exhibition at Koblenz, Germany

From September 7, 2013, until October 6, 2013, some of our mathematical objects will be presented during the exhibition “Künstlerpaare” at Koblenz, …

Size-XS, -S, -M, -L, -XL

As some prefer tiny models, others larger ones, we started to group our models into different sizes. In our Sculpture Shop you …

45 Cubics

Models of cubic surfaces belong to the most classical math objects. Besides the revolutionary insights dating back to the years after 1849 …

A Smoothed Kummer Surface

A Smoothed Kummer Surface

Kummer surfaces belong to the most famous mathematical surfaces. E.E. Kummer studied them starting in 1864. They have 16 singularities which make …

Clebsch Diagonal Surface

The Clebsch Diagonal Surface is certainly one of the most famous surfaces in mathematics. It was described by Alfred Clebsch in 1871. …

MO-Labs Blog

MO-Labs creates Math Objects with a great diversity. Our guiding theme is “No Arts – Just Math”; in fact, most of our …

A Quintic with 15 Cusps

Deutsches Museum

Our mathematical objects have been exhibited many times all over the globe. Some of our computer generated math images are even part …

Forms and Formulas

On 300 square meters (about 3200 square foot) the exhibition Forms and Formulas (from May 2012 until September 2013 in Lisbon, Portugal) …