Updated January 2010
Guinea Cracker's Jolly Geometry Jaunt
Let's get mathsy!
In this adventure I pose with some geometric shapes called polyhedra. They're fun to climb and I get a nice view of the sunset. (These shapes were made by Robert Webb, using his Stella software and you can find more here).
Believe it or not, I'm sitting on a stellation of the small stellated dodecahedron.
Try saying that three times quickly (or once slowly).
This stellation of the icosahedron has a
comfy dimple to sit in.
Here I am on a compound of 3 cubes.
Me and a
stellated truncated hexahedron.
This one is like a flower, but it doesn't smell.
Ooooh, I like this one.
Aww, this one's shiny.
And now lifting off in the other direction.
Whoa, this one's complicated!
My fortress of solitude.
Guinea Cracker in the fourth dimension!