Barth Sextic surfaces as algebraic surfaces are recalled and developed into textile motifs. Since studies on these surfaces are not well known in Indonesia, a general idea of algebraic surfaces is introduced. A plane is discussed to represent the idea of singularity for students in schools where differentiability is employed to the equation of a plane. The equation of the Barth Sextic surfaces is then revisited to realize the singularities of these surfaces. Due to the existing parameters in the equation, some innovations are done by varying the values of parameters, modifying the known surfaces, which is a novelty of this paper. These surfaces are copied into textiles and colored as batik motifs. Students from middle schools are invited to test this approach for innovative education.
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Research Article| October 17 2018
Algebraic surfaces for innovative education integrated in batik art
AIP Conf. Proc. 2021, 060017 (2018)
Hanna Arini Parhusip; Algebraic surfaces for innovative education integrated in batik art. AIP Conf. Proc. 17 October 2018; 2021 (1): 060017. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5062781
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