# Finding Icosahedron Vertices

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What Im trying to figure out, is how to get the coordinates (X, Y, Z) of an Icosahedron (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icosahedron), without having to manually enter all the data. This wouldnt be as hard, but the data structure for the information is as follows: GeodesicSphere::Faces::Vertex::Coordinates An example of this is: (GeoSphere.FaceIndex[0].A.X, GeoSphere.FaceIndex[0].A.Y, GeoSphere.FaceIndex[0].A.Z) (GeoSphere.FaceIndex[0].B.X, GeoSphere.FaceIndex[0].B.Y, GeoSphere.FaceIndex[0].B.Z) (GeoSphere.FaceIndex[0].C.X, GeoSphere.FaceIndex[0].C.Y, GeoSphere.FaceIndex[0].C.Z) Which holds the X,Y,Z values of the all the vertices on the first Face. With this, I will have to assign the values to multiple indices coordinates, because adjacent faces share vertices. And I havent found an easy way to do so. Your help is greatly appreciated. ~BJRowlett

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You can store the vectors that represent the direction from the center to each vertex of a unit icosahedron, oriented in a particular way; then store any given icosahedron as a center position, vector to the top (which thereby encodes yaw, pitch and size) and an angle (which encodes roll) and do the appropriate math to figure out where the other vertices are.

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