The Thirty All-Seeing Eyes of the RhombicTriacontahedron

The Thirty All-Seeing Eyes of the RhombicTriacontahedron

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4 thoughts on “The Thirty All-Seeing Eyes of the RhombicTriacontahedron

  1. That’s really freaky in a cool way because they actually appear to be moving, watching. Clever artistry supported by mathematics. I have a question though. Why does the one eye on top not revolve, and if it did, would it change the effect that we see?

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    • I have the images set to all keep their orientation, relative to the viewer — each eye stays horizontal, so the way they appear to rotate differs with face-position. This “keep image upright” option for images on faces is one I just found in the software I use to make these polyhedral .gif files.

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      • I can see why you enjoy that software. These are all beautiful and fascinating, especially to someone who had geometry in college, but never did anything with it…I did mean rotate, not revolve…hahaha! I became a nurse and I am sure it all came in handy whether I was aware of it or not.

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