

posted : 2007.Apr.29 @ 10.08pm



my first animation!!!
an attempt, failed but valiant, to properly animate an icosahedron
spinning on the exact axis that i want it spinning, that is
this is the reason i decided to learn 3d software






posted : 2007.Apr.29 @ 11.46pm



i made friends with a wonderful fellow by the name of chris forrester
a mathematician specializing in geometry
deeply spiritual in his craft
he sent me this in reply to my questions about my attempted icosahedron animation :
here's a great noncrash course on geometry and alignment, perceptual interactions into the universe, and a sampling of my own research into stabilised transphasic mnemonic fields, which have to do with super and subspaces of topography using harmonic alignment and frequency boosting.
ah.. galactic grammar...
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spin these on exact angles horizontally and vertically with your mouse and you can get an idea of what's going on..
DNA
something else
the interesting thing about the icosahedron is that much as 6 circles fit around a 2d circle, 12 spheres fit around a 3d sphere. 24 spheres fit around a 4d sphere.
from the 3d and 4d, though 12 is the max that can touch, they are seperated unlike the 2d. so seperated in fact that any of the spheres can switch position, while still touching the center sphere.
context for that one: about a day and a half ago me and meme were talking about starships and cocreation, and we came up with a nice relativistic method of infinite dimensional awareness, which had much to do with taking a 4d distance calculation, and exchanging one of the spacial dimensions with the temporal dimension..
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and here's some of my stuff, with..
mathematics constructing spacially into 2d:
then 2d alignments of squares and circles revealing an infinite number of remappable universes
that would have absolutely no way of perceiving the other was there due to the balances;
3d alignments of cubes and spheres revealing a ratio of surface areas to one another that would allow for perception,
and upon integration of the two surfaces  real and imaginary  a creation of a superspace:
then towards integration:
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and more! some interesting functions of 4d cubes into 3d space, which happens to be the crystalline lattice of 'garnet'..
http://dogfeathers.com/mark/rhdodec.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garnet
here's a neat view of togglestereoscopy, simple trick of moving back and forth between two perspectives of a stereoscopic image to produce a very nice 3d effect:
and then there's this.. my favorite settings to witness are color scheme: mma, speed at 20.0fps, stereo mode: crosseyed.






posted : 2007.Apr.29 @ 11.52pm



this was the final product of my mission tech
though i may likely expand this work with time and skill
integrated into a website, which is yet to be released :
inner icon by XAVI









posted : 2007.May.01 @ 10.52am



you sure are, sylvain!!!






This is a try at something polygonal...
I find that your mission tech assignment is quite lovely and clean by the way,
it is a cool collaboration! These polygons really get me going.
And thank you for the encouraging remark!!
Moving forward always...




