Inversion of an Array of Cubes
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The generalized inversion generates interesting graphics from originally simple objects. In this mapping, represents the distance of a point from the origin, and is the exponent of the map. The original configuration is shown when ; the classical inversion corresponds to .
Contributed by: Michael Trott (March 2011)
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"Inversion of an Array of Cubes"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Published: March 7 2011