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The ambigram maker on this web page allows you to type in two names (or other words) and make your own personalized ambigram products or ambigram tattoos. The ambigram of the word 'Maker' to the left is just one small example of what the ambigram maker can do. While you may appreciate the sample ambigram of the word 'Maker', we know that you came here today to use the ambigram generator to create your OWN ambigram. To make your own ambigram using our ambigram maker, click the button on the top of this page that says 'Create New Ambigram', and type in the two words you'd like to have in your ambigram...
How to Make an Ambigram: 9 Steps Edit Article Edited by Ryan Coyle, Josh W., Andy Zhang, Master Tyler and 61 others An ambigram is a form of typographical art that allows one word to be read in a number of ways. The most common ambigram is rotational, or flipscript, and will read the same when the paper is rotated 180 degrees (i.e. flipped both vertically and horizontally).
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Fourier Series Applet This java applet demonstrates Fourier series, which is a method of expressing an arbitrary periodic function as a sum of cosine terms. In other words, Fourier series can be used to express a function in terms of the frequencies (harmonics) it is composed of. To select a function, you may press one of the following buttons: Sine, Triangle, Sawtooth, Square, and Noise. The function is displayed in white, with the Fourier series approximation in red. You can edit the function directly by clicking on it.
This is my very first model being made as a test, a simple tetrahedron. I soon progressed to open-faced forms of polyhedra. Above is how an open-faced dodecahedron should appear. Makerbot Constructions --- George W. Hart