|IDEA BY:||Ted Gibbons||LOCATION:||Canada||CATEGORY:||Science/Medical|
|IDEA BY:||Ted Gibbons|
Since Mobius discovered the Mobius strip about 170 years ago, one-sidedness (non orientable geomety) has been relegated to this strip, and by extension, the Klein bottle. There have been countless variations on the Mobius strip but never has anyone determined a method of defining the greater geometric reality of one-sidedness beyond the strip. Metamobius surfaces are this greater reality. They are derived from a complex and robust algorithm I created over many years called the Metamobius Process. The Metamobius Process represents the complete greater reality of one-sidedness - a milestone in non-orientable geometry, and produces and almost endless set of fundamental one-sided surfaces, including a method for connecting them into whole landscapes of one-sidedness. I have recently begun working with topology to mathematically categorize and define each surface. I have attached an example of one of the Metamobius surfaces.