PART I – Concepts in Symmetry. To gaze is usually to think. Salvador Dali Period
Full at the end of Week 1
Illustrate the symmetry of the Viking shield.
It has two kind of mirror line and it is a symmetrical graph. It is also a rotating symmetric graph.
What was the best or interesting fact you learnt from Week you lectures
We all know lots of meanings of symmetry and how to sort out symmetry chart.
Complete at the conclusion of Week 2
Describe the symmetrical factors you see in this Japanese standalone.
It is a rotating graph.
Can you add everything to your Week 1 description of the Viking shield?
It does not have looking glass lines.
Was Salvador Dali correct? To gaze is to think?
It truly is incorrect
COMPONENT II – Plane (2D) and Space (3D) Symmetry: You can’t criticize geometry. Really never wrong. Paul Rand Period
Finish at the end of Week three or more
Make use of the formal descriptors of planes symmetry to explain this bath room tile tessellation.
How are you today more observant of symmetry in your natural environment? Use illustrations?
Most of the photos that we find are symmetrical
Complete by the end of Week 4
The triangular in Image 4 is weird. Was Paul Flanke correct – geometry will certainly not be wrong? Yes, it are unable to form inside the real life.
Do beleive the earth around us is completely referred to in SECOND and 3 DIMENSIONAL?
I think maybe will have even more dimension in the world that we haven’t realised.
PART III – Symmetry in Crystals: The most striking types of symmetry…are uric acid. Herman Weyl Period
Finish at the end of Week 5
Uvarovite is a precious stone rich in chromium. What are your key observations regarding uvarovite proportion from studying the external form? (around 50 words)s
What is your personal favourite gem stone and what is its space group.
(around 10 words)
Complete at the conclusion of Week 6
What findings can you generate about these octahedra of cu cristobolite, one more polymorph of quartz, ‘frozen’ in scenic glass.
(around 50 words)
You probably believe Herman Weyl that crystals can be specifically beautiful. Illustrate the exterior form of your favorite crystal?
COMPONENT IV –Symmetry and Technology. John Ruskin Period
MAY POSSIBLY: “Oh! Have crystals problems like us? ” LECTURER: “Certainly Might. Their best benefits are demonstrated in fighting their errors. And some possess a great many problems; and some are incredibly naughty uric acid indeed. “
Complete at the conclusion of Week 7
The Fine art Tower in Mito, The japanese is constructed from face-sharing tetrahedra. Describe a great ‘extreme’ example of symmetry in art or architecture that excites you. (around 40 words)
Finish at the end of Week 8
Write a short, reflective essay, assessing your knowledge of symmetry at the start of this MOOC with what you now appreciate. In this way, state your personal exploration of symmetry before 8 weeks. (around 500 words)