Differential Geometry for Rope Bondage

December 1, 2016 at 12:21 pm ,

By Barkas

Nerd alarm! Not only but also for people with a strong interest in mathematical, physical and engineering contexts of Rope Bondage. Reflecting on these contexts can help in understanding the structure of certain patterns which helps to increase the ability to handle the rope on a body.

Content

  • Curved and flat spaces. A very short introduction into differential geometry.
  • Angles on curved spaces. Where to put the fingers when.
  • Knots and topological equivalence. Different “hitches” and their use
  • Tips and tricks for rope bottoming by Addie

Prerequisites: Single column tie

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