1 thought on “A Curvy Tessellation

  1. fascinating technique—-

    thank you for the explanation

    On Wed, Nov 27, 2019 at 9:28 AM RobertLovesPi.net wrote:

    > RobertLovesPi posted: ” This is based on the well-known tessellation of > squares and regular octagons, but with each straight segment replaced by > two semicircles. ” >

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