Tron "Bit" Papercraft

Yes. Yes. No. Yes. Yes. No. Yes. Yes yes yes yes yes.

For those out there who care about such things, the "yes" Bit is a octahedron, the "neutral" Bit is a compound of an icosahedron and a dodecahedron, and the "no" Bit is a second stellation of a icosahedron.

He left out one model, though; the neutral shape actually cycles between the overlayed icosahedron/dodecahedron and (I think) a triakisicosahedron.

I'm disappointed to realize that only the octahedron and triakisicosahedron are represented in the polyhedra screen saver, because it doesn't include overlays or double-stellations. Otherwise, adding a -tron mode would have been trivial...

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One Response:

  1. L. says:

    The polyhedra saver needs to take inspiration from Adrian Rossiter's Antiprism, which also runs on Mac OS X.