Just checking the definition of an upload. My unique math art.
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Mostly my math art is unworldly and as I mentioned completely unpredictable. The mind of the mathematician meld with the mind of the computer, and something surges up from the combined subconscious. Occasionally an image will appear that resembles a 17th century sketch, with imprecise edges. Here is one that cropped up yesterday as I worked out theory for the elementary dynamics of a generalized Joukowski transform. The coloring and shading were altered slightly in Photoshop. This was a tiny image well away from the origin of the plane and magnified about 200X.
I don't know. For me it's whenever there is an uncertain outcome. . . .
Let's not exclude those adventures that are not primarily physical. The scientist or mathematician exploring new terrain. The artist caught up in expressing an internal experience as an art form. The Zen meditator marveling at empty awareness. The philosopher breaking new ground. On and on.
@LynneLeicht Perhaps get in touch with Jim Herrington. I have his book "The Climbers" here beside me and it is beautifully done by the Mountaineers. But I don't know if these kinds of books are popular these days. I suspect Jim hasn't made much money (if any) off this heavy coffee-table work. I've done several books on Blurb.com but never for a profit. Their software was pretty good, however.