Converging on the Eye of God

Title: "Converging on the Eye of God"

Abstract: The "Eye of God" is the name given to the perceived center of the golden spiral that is generated by chopping off smaller and smaller golden rectangles from a given one. It turns out that the coordinates of the Eye of God arise in a most unexpected way.

Audience level: This talk can be given to an advanced high school class or to college undergraduates.

Equipment needed: A PC with PowerPoint software, a projector and a screen.

Presenter:  Prof. David Seppala-Holtzman

e-mail: dholtzman@sjcny.edu

Phone: 718.636.7254

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