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#Actual~Helgon

Posted 11 December 2012 - 07:24 PM

thanks for the answer. I've already realized that my whole attempt was kinda stupid. I don't just want to "sub-tessellate" the sides of the icosahedron,in fact i want to tessellate the icosahedron into a sphere.


at least i now got it to draw the icosahedron subdivided.

[attachment=12740:q.png]

but now as u said i have to kinda "drag" the points on the outline of the spehre.. how do i approach the problem? is there a formula?

already thanks

regards

#2~Helgon

Posted 11 December 2012 - 07:23 PM

thanks for the answer. I've already realized that my whole attempt was kinda stupid. I don't just want to "sub-tessellate" the sides of the icosahedron,in fact i want to tessellate the icosahedron into a sphere.


at least i now got it to draw the icosahedron subdivided.

[attachment=12740:q.png]

but now as u said i have to kinda "drag" the points on the outline of a spehre.. how do i approach the problem? is there a formula?

already thanks

regards

#1~Helgon

Posted 11 December 2012 - 07:23 PM

thanks for the answer. I've already realized that my whole attempt was kinda stupid. I don't just want to "sub-tessellate" the sides of the icosahedron,in fact i want to tessellate the icosahedron into a sphere.


at least i now got it to draw the icosahedron subdivided.

[attachment=12740:q.png]

but know as u said i have to kinda "drag" the points on the outline of a spehre.. how do i approach the problem? is there a formula?

already thanks

regards

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