The symmetry is a characteristic that can be observed in some geometric forms, mathematical equations or other objects. Your concept is related with that of isometrics (And to the consociate geometric operations: Reflection, Reflection glided, Rotation and Translation).
Through the reflection, an image is inverted in respect to one axis forming one a mirrored image of the original.
The symmetry occurs or is applied in several of the slopes of the human action: In that Geometry, Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Art And even in the literature.
Although two similar objects appear the same, they are logically different. In fact, symmetry refers more to the similarities that equalities (because many symmetrical images are not the same point by point).
We can find the symmetry applied in many art forms and handicrafts, which is understandable due to the fact that art has had for a long time (and still today, as the artistic area), a strong inclination mimetic - imitation of nature (where symmetry appears in various forms).
The symmetry is in the wild an only and fascinating phenomenon. This idea arises naturally to the human spirit, by remitting him for a balance and proportion, standard and regularity, harmony and beauty, order and perfection. These are some of the vocals that resume relations we have inherent to the symmetries that abound in the wild, in the alive and lifeless forms.
We can meet symmetries under the most different forms and in different places.
A plane geometric figure tells them symmetrical if I will be possible divide her for a straight line, so that two obtained parts can superpose them for doubling. The straight lines they take to that type of division call them axises of symmetry of the figure.
A perfect example of met symmetry is in the wild the case of the butterfly, to which he presents an only symmetry axis.
But the asymmetry (or her symmetry) is (not) a characteristic that...