Last Update May 5, 2003
NUMERICAL SPACE / POLYHEDRA
As I wrote before, M. C. Escher was interested in polyhedra and left many works using them. So I can't avoid polyhedra which are so charming to this site CYBERBUST / NUMERICAL SPACE.
A book describes that the kinks of polyhedra are limited, 5 Platonic polyhedra which are formed with single sort of regular polygon, and 13 Archimedian polyhedra which are formed with several sorts of regular polygons. But I can't accept this because polyhedra are so complex and so various. I tried to show some polyhedra besides them on this page. I enjoyed making polyhedra by POV like a quiz having many stages.
Recently I found a site by Mr. Charly TANAKA which shows various ways of enjoying polyhedra. Really we can play polyhedra as much as we like.
The works on this page are the last present in this millennium. A happy comming millennium to you, 2001!
Plato and Archimedes / 82k / Dec. 2000 / by Tsutomu Higo
Hexahedra Family / 29k / Dec. 2000 / by Tsutomu Higo
Dodecahedra Family / 30k / Dec. 2000 / by Tsutomu Higo
Drum Shaped Polyhedra Family / 41k / Dec. 2000 / by Tsutomu Higo
Chain of Polyhedra / 55k / Dec. 2000 / by Tsutomu Higo
Radiant of Polyhedra / 67k / Dec. 2000 / by Tsutomu Higo
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