Spinning Truncated Icosahedron
I don’t reblog things here, but I do appreciate getting e-mail from my followers, and I don’t mind posting an occasional link. One of them, a gentleman named Donald, sent me this link to an interesting video of a spinning truncated icosahedron, viewed from both the inside and outside, and set to music. To see it, simply follow the link above. Thanks for the tip, Donald — this is a really cool video!