golden triangle & fibonacci spiral

Golden triangle and Fibonacci spiral - Golden triangle (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fibonacci spirals - exploring the Fibonacci numbers in a series of illustrations : Studio Fredrik Skåtar

vjeranski: “Fredrik Skåtar Fibonacci Spirals, 2012 studies of Fibonacci spirals Pencil and ink on paper, various sizes ”

I love this, it shows a huge portion of what the rest of my life will be. Design lives in the Fibonacci spiral and golden proportions. It's perfect  Golden spiral with golden triangle necklace Fibonaci 24 by Delftia, $58.00

Design lives in the Fibonacci spiral and golden proportions. It's perfect Golden spiral with golden triangle necklace Fibonaci 24 by Delftia

Pantheism & the Fibonacci Sequence. Everywhere you look, there it is. Discuss...                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Pantheism is the belief that everything composes an all-encompassing, immanent God, or that the universe (or nature) is identical with divinity (Pantheism & the Fibonacci Sequence.

How Fibonacci numbers relate to a spiral.

1.618

Fibonacci Spiral - Golden Spiral Logarithmic spiral whose growth factor is φ, the golden ratio - gets wider (or further from its origin) by a factor of φ for every quarter turn it makes.

Fibonacci Numbers - Changed my life and lead me to love mathematics in 12th grade. You can see the Creator's hand in math that doesn't lie.

History of the Fibonacci number sequence, their is clear evidence that ancient civilizations understood and used these numbers much better than we do today.

Fibonacci spirals - exploring the Fibonacci numbers in a series of illustrations : Studio Fredrik Skåtar

Fibonacci spirals - exploring the Fibonacci numbers in a series of illustrations : Studio Fredrik Skåtar

Fibonacci spiral - The stairway has not changed size - it only appears to do so as it gets further away. The optical illusion  does this in the perfect proportion of Phi, the "Golden Ratio".  Artists have always know this - it is how they convey 3 dimensional perspective on a 2 dimensional canvas.

The staircase Jack wishes he had built.The Tulip Stairs. The Tulip Stairs, inside the Queen's House, Greenwich Park in London. Photo by Martin Turner

Love this concept of the Fibonacci spiral= each square drawn is the sum of the last two squares drawn! Beautiful proportion lesson from The Helpful Art Teacher: THE SPIRAL

I'm not a math person, but i love spirals. The Helpful Art Teacher: Fibonacci SPIRAL

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