Sunday, November 24, 2013

96 tetrahelix torus

A paper model of a torus made from 96 tetrahedrons.
There is a gap equivalent to less than one tetrahedron which can be bridged with some minor deformation.
Thanks to Stan Wagon for bringing this problem to my attention.
This was made as a model for a tensegrity structure which is on my long term to do list and was not intended to be posted just yet.