Some of our colleagues in BC — Khalegh Mamakani andFrank Ruskey at the University of Victoria — have discovered the first symmetrical 11-dimensional Venn diagram (Newroz). It is pretty.
It is quite a busy diagram, though. I thought it would be fun to see how it looked if it were represented in 3D.
As New Scientist shows in the above diagram, here is what an individual set — one of the “rose’s” “petals”, if you will — looks like:
Here’s what I came up with by fiddling with GIMP:
Looks like pancakes. Delicious, semi-transparent blue pancakes.