Here are some examples of the images that I have created (or helped to create) in research and in teaching. Click on the images for brief explanations.
These animations were created mostly for teaching and for science education.
Fourier analysis says that you don’t necessarily need Leonardo da Vinci’s mastery of the brush to paint Mona Lisa. All that you need is knowing how to paint stripes. This video demonstrates that by adding up Fourier components, you can reconstruct the Mona Lisa.
This animation illustrates how image motion looks like in the 3D Fourier space.
This is a simulation of a sundial installed on the northern wall of the Campus Centre of Monash University (Clayton, Australia). The sundial was designed by mathematician Carl Moppert. To learn more about the sundial, see this post.