Photomosaic portrait of Albert Einstein made with random photographs of numbers. It is only when the viewer moves away from the image that the portrait of Einstein appears. It is the distance that creates and unveils the truth, because everything is relative, as Einstein once said, and everything depends on the context, the environment or the point of view.
This op art work is exhibited in many Museums and galleries all around the world and is available as prints and canvases from our online gallery.
You can adapt it to any repeating basic math operator in the infinitely nested radicals. The above nested radicals can be equal to whatever you want except 1, this is due to the particular multiplicative identity properties of the digit 1 (for instance, √1 = 1 and 1² = 1).
Mamikon A. Mnatsakanian (Armenian: Մամիկոն Մնացականյան) devised in 1959 a visual method to show that the areas of two annuli with the same chord length are the same regardless of inner and outer radii.
As an undergraduate, Mamikon specialized in the development of geometric methods for solving calculus problems by a visual approach that makes no use of formulas, which he later developed into his system of visual calculus.