. . . or shown with the spread legs of Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian man :|
← mapping / sitemap / text ⇓ ⇑ series of mappings ↓
series of Vitruvian man mappings onto horn of torus / still ↑
( horn tori are good for more → jokes ...)
In the stadium of grasping the priciple of dynamic horn tori all considerations about static mappings from two-, three- or any-dimensional space onto the horn torus surface - conformal or others - have no relevance for and no connection to the model, on the contrary, they rather might lead into a wrong direction. This digression only shows the geometric figure in a detail and should not be incorporated into the cognitive process (the considerations regarding horn torus mappings were launched by Vyacheslav Puha first and elaborated by Prof. Saburou Saitoh as a completely different project). Here on this site we primarily care about properties of dynamic horn tori!
Later, long after one has found the appropriate image for complex numbers within the dynamic horn torus model, mappings conceivably can be used to establish correlations between pure mathemathics and human perception of 'reality'.
font and image projections by artmetic graphic synthesizer