03-25-2019, 06:10 PM
(This post was last modified: 03-25-2019, 08:17 PM by FudgeFlakeNut.)

Okay, I started with a Seripinski Tetrahedron with the following values for Position:

Holon 1: 45, 45, 45

Holon 2: 45, -45, -45

Holon 3: -45, 45, -45

Holon 4: -45, -45, 45

I figured that would make the rotation easier.

I thought that for an angle R the rotation would then be:

Holon 1: R/sqrt(3), R/sqrt(3), R/sqrt(3)

Holon 2: R/sqrt(3), - R/sqrt(3), - R/sqrt(3)

Holon 3: - R/sqrt(3), R/sqrt(3), - R/sqrt(3)

Holon 4: - R/sqrt(3), - R/sqrt(3), R/sqrt(3)

But that was not right, apparently. Here's what I got when I tried R=60:

https://imgur.com/f2ML2kt

It looks like it's angling out of its axis in places where it should stay in line. I'm not sure where I went wrong. Here is the Xep:

Attempt 2.xep (Size: 3.35 KB / Downloads: 5)

Holon 1: 45, 45, 45

Holon 2: 45, -45, -45

Holon 3: -45, 45, -45

Holon 4: -45, -45, 45

I figured that would make the rotation easier.

I thought that for an angle R the rotation would then be:

Holon 1: R/sqrt(3), R/sqrt(3), R/sqrt(3)

Holon 2: R/sqrt(3), - R/sqrt(3), - R/sqrt(3)

Holon 3: - R/sqrt(3), R/sqrt(3), - R/sqrt(3)

Holon 4: - R/sqrt(3), - R/sqrt(3), R/sqrt(3)

But that was not right, apparently. Here's what I got when I tried R=60:

https://imgur.com/f2ML2kt

It looks like it's angling out of its axis in places where it should stay in line. I'm not sure where I went wrong. Here is the Xep:

Attempt 2.xep (Size: 3.35 KB / Downloads: 5)