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Mar 142011

The Utah Teapot was originally created by Martin Newell, back in 1975. It is based on a real teapot, and it was digitised by hand. It became extremely popular because, at the time, there were very few available models. The teapot is a complex model from a mathematical point of view, with both concave and convex local surfaces, saddle points, various degrees of curvature, and almost as important, it is a highly recognisable object. Newell actually built a full tea set, but the teapot was the most used model. Continue reading »