- The Klein Bottle is a non-orientable surface with no boundary first described in 1882 by the German mathematician Felix Klein.
The Klein Bottle is a one-sided, non-orientable surface. Unlike the, more well known, Mobius strip, the Klein Bottle is a surface without boundary. As a result, 3 dimensional models of it intersect, or pass through, themselves.
A More Mathematical Explanation
The Figure 8 immersion of the Klein bottle can be parametrised with the following equat [...]
The Figure 8 immersion of the Klein bottle can be parametrised with the following equations:
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