Cartographic Homunculus: First, assume a spherical head

Elements of map projection with applications to map and chart construction, 1921:

This is, of course, propaganda for the globular projection, since they just drew the face on the flat map. So what we actually need is a mathematically ideal spherical head, and then project that to the various map projections.

Someone get on that, please.

I particularly look forward to Spilhaus and Dymaxion.

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One Response:

  1. Lloyd says:

    Start with Frank Sidebottom. His head's pretty close...

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