Christopher Hanusa, a math professor at Queens College, has always found beauty in math. He has now taken it to another level by designing pieces of jewelry inspired by mathematical concepts.
It all started for Hanusa about four years ago while he was modifying the curriculum for his project-based course, Math with Mathematica. Hanusa decided to have his class design three-dimensional art with Mathematica - a computing software used in many technical, scientific, engineering, mathematical, and computing fields - and then send it to be printed. While teaching the class, Hanusa proved to be adept with 3D design and decided to explore it further, and Hanusa Design was born.
Christopher's pieces are beautifully intricate and precise. It's the marriage of math and art.