Unique Mathematical Scarves Are Designed By a Computer Algorithm

    Science and math offers a wide-range of inspiration for the fashion world. Designers can create amazing pieces of clothing with the ideas from these fields. A Kickstarter campaign, who promises 100 percent unique black-and-white scarves for each backer.

    Unique Mathematical Scarves Are Designed By a Computer Algorithm

    KnitYak, founded by Fabienne Serriera, uses elementary cellular automata to create custom math scarves with merino wool. The creator promises that no two scarf designs are identical, because they are based on ever-changing algorithm. So if you order a scarf, you get to approve the design it generates before the product is made.

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    "KnitYak scarves ship with the specific code and generating key used to make the pattern on your scarf. There is something powerful about knowing the mathematics and code behind the pattern you are wearing," Serriere writes on the campaign page.

    Unique Mathematical Scarves Are Designed By a Computer Algorithm

    "If you want to reorder the exact same scarf or a similar coordinating scarf in the future, you provide KnitYak with the source code. Perhaps you want to knit matching items on your modified consumer knitting machine or with hand knitting. With the source code and generating row and width constraints you receive with your KnitYak scarf, you can generate a number of coordinating items."

    Unique Mathematical Scarves Are Designed By a Computer Algorithm

    Each scarf are shipped with the code used in its design, along with the generating key used to make the pattern. Well, it's a fun idea that brings something unique to your ensemble, whether you love math or just want a cool design.

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