Mathematical beauty is most of the time enjoyed and appreciated by those who have knowledge mathematics. It can only be appreciated by the common person in tangible things or perhaps things that can be seen by the naked eye. **Symmetry**, **tessellations**, and **patterns** are several of the mathematical beauty who can be shared by math and non-math persons. Well, let’s add one more: bubbles.

The video above shows how to create soap bubbles polyhedra and other 3d shapes. Some of the polyhedra shown in the video above are tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron as well as some truncations. It also shows some strange behavior of bubbles when they are suspended in the air.

Enjoy watching and share the fun!