Posts tagged: geometry

Filed under: #geometry  #math  #2^N

This truncation shows that the dual polyhedron of the tetrahedron is itself.

More here.

(via ultrazapping)

This is what it would look like to spin around in 3 dimensional hyperbolic space tiled by regular right angled dodecahedron.

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This is what it would look like to do a front flip in 3 dimensional hyperbolic space tiled by regular right angled dodecahedron.

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Flying though a tiling of regular right angled dodecahedron in three dimensional hyperbolic space. There is more of an explanation here.

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The lemniscate can be generated as the envelope of circles centered on a rectangular hyperbola and passing through the center of the hyperbola.

An arbitrary point P on a torus (not lying in the xy-plane) can have four circles drawn through it. The first circle is in the plane of the torus and the second is perpendicular to it. The third and fourth circles are called Villarceau circles.

Filed under: #video  #torus  #circles  #math  #geometry

This truncation shows that the dodecahedron and the icosahedron are dual polyhedra.

See here for another example with the cube and octahedron.

(via geometryofdopeness)

Filed under: #graphic  #geometry  #wallpaper  #pattern
Filed under: #geometry  #pattern  #serpinski  #fractal

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Just as a cube can be unfolded into 2-D as 6 squares, a tesseract can be unfolded into 3-D as 6 cubes.

Filed under: #geometry  #math  #tesseract  #projections

An ideal rotation around the point at infinity in the disc and upper half plane model of the hyperbolic plane

Rotation around the symmetry axis of 4th order in the disk and upper half plane models