This mathematical surface optical illusion is super puzzling. You cannot find the beginning or the end of this Double Jeener Bottle Surface. This is really tricky and will make you very curious.
About the Double Jeener Bottle Surface 1
I have learned that this mathematical surface art piece is included in a collection of classic mathematical surfaces that includes the trefoil knot and the Klein bottle. Just like any other mathematical surfaces creation, Jos Leys has created this Double Jeener Bottle Surface 1 in such a way that it is difficult to figure out where it starts and ends. This mathematical surface features a pseudo projection of surfaces. This is yet another mind boggling optical illusion from Joys.
About The Artist
Jos Leys lives near Antwerp, Belgium with his wife Gilberte and their three cats. Jos is a mechanical engineer and has always had an interest in mathematics. He is always on the look-out for mathematical theories that can produce images that no one has ever seen before. Translating these into Ultra Fractal or Povray code is his main hobby.
As an amateur in mathematics, Jos enjoys working with professional mathematicians to visualize their work. A good example is the graphics that he produced together with Etienne Ghys, of the École Normale Supérieure at Lyon, produced for Etienne’s plenary lecture at the International Congress of Mathematicians (Madrid, August 2006). There are hundreds of Jos’ works that you can see on his website such as Kleinian groups, Escher tilings, Droste effect images, circle packings, fractals and more.
Thank you Jos Leys for allowing us to post and share your interesting works. If you wish to know more about his works, you can go and visit his website.