Yi Feng

Computer Engineer in Computer Vision
Nanjing Puzanjia Info Technology Co. , Ltd
Nanjing, China
I'm a computer engineer in computer vision, fascinated by Mathematical Art. Thus, I always try to create some original mathematical art work in spare time. I appreciate one remark from Max Bill, “Despite the fact that the basis of this mathematical way of thinking in art is in reason, its dynamic content is able to launch us on astral flights which soar into unknown and still uncharted regions of the imagination.”
Amazing Pi
Pi is a very mysterious number, because no matter how large a circle is, the ratio of its circumference to the diameter is always a fixed number. It is a non-repeating and non-terminating decimal which is called “Pi”. In mathematics, Pi plays a very important role.
I were inspired by reading an interesting piece of news. A Japanese publishing group releases a book with Pi to one million places. Considering that the image is more easily acceptable by the public, I did some work for the graphical presentation of Pi. The six figures represent the Pi of different digits, in that order from left to right, which are 80, 360, 9800, 25280, 39600, 249000 digits of Pi. The growing Pi is a symbol of mankind's constant exploration of the unknown world