Introducing the long awaited Menger collection by John Brevard.
In math, the Menger sponge (also known as the Menger universal curve) is a fractal curve. It was first described by Karl Menger in 1926, in his studies of the concept of topological dimension.
The Menger sponge simultaneously exhibits an infinite surface area and zero volume.
After Mandelbrot published his seminal work in 1975 on fractals, one of the first practical uses came about in the 1990s.
In the 1990s Nathan Cohen became inspired by the Koch Snowflake to create a more compact radio antenna using nothing more than wire and a pair of pliers. Today, antennae in cell phones use such fractals as the Menger Sponge, the box fractal and space-filling fractals as a way to maximize receptive power in a minimum amount of space.