Probably created in the 1980’s with Japanese Robot Animation and developed further in the 1990’s with Mobile Suite Gundam Robot Anime series. Dynamic Geometry is made from long straight line and small radii, usually creating triangular directional bladed shapes.
In early 2000, probably inspired by Mobile Suite Gundam Robot and video games like wipEout, the Dynamic Geometry began to be used by graffiti artists and graphic designers such as 123KLAN.
Around the same time an artist called Recto now known as Plateus began developing Typoflex, giving Dynamic Geometry Graffiti a 3 Dimensional form.
Recently this graffiti style has been perfected by artists such as Heiko Klug with Jesar.
And Dangeruss with GREEN.
The cover of the video game wipEout was another early commercial example of Dynamic Geometry.
Concept designers like Scott Robertson have used Dynamic Geometry in their futuristic designs.
And Dynamic Geometry is also visible in automotive design.
In Footwear design.
And in Architecture with this building called Yellow Diamond by Jun Mitsui & Associates.
For more examples of Dynamic Geometry check out my Nike AZ TW 2009 design page.