Klein Bottle by Neena Plant Pottery
The Klein bottle is a geometrical object, named after the German mathematician Felix Klein. He described it in 1882, and named it Klein‘sche Fläche (Klein surface). Like the Möbius strip, it only has one surface. … Because the surface is non-orientable, there is no “inside” or “outside”. Executed in clay to see if it was possible after having seen this figure rendered in clear glass.
- Weight: 32.3 oz
- Dimensions: 8 × 4 × 7.25 in
|Dimensions||8 × 4 × 7.25 in|
|Vendor name:||Neena Plant Pottery|
|Vendor address:||3935 S 7200 W, Magna, Utah, 84044|