Moving Polyhedral Desktop Backgrounds for PCs


I use a rather old laptop PC, but I think this would work for desktop PCs, as well. On a lark, I tried putting a geometrical .gif file — the one you see above — on my PC, as the “wallpaper” for a desktop background. I didn’t think that would work, but, to my surprise, it did — rotational movement and all.

If you want to try the same thing with images from this blog, choose one that’s in a horizontal rectangle, to match the shape of a computer screen — they work better. I make these images with Stella 4d:  Polyhedron Navigator, which you can try here.

About RobertLovesPi

I go by RobertLovesPi on-line, and am interested in many things. The majority of these things are geometrical. Welcome to my little slice of the Internet. The viewpoints and opinions expressed on this website are my own. They should not be confused with the views of my employer, nor any other organization, nor institution, of any kind.
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One Response to Moving Polyhedral Desktop Backgrounds for PCs

  1. teachezwell says:

    I like those little “balls” at the intersections.

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