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Dualization method for ten-fold rotational symmetry

We now use the dualization method with grids made of several sets of parallel lines. It is important to take the same grids as earlier for the projection method, see “projection method for ten-fold rotational symmetry” and “Projection method for … Continue reading

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dualization method for the Stampfli tiling – the code

// ********* use processing 2 **************** you can download from processing.org //———————————————————————————— // this is the main code to generate the Stampfli tiling // it shows you how to use the dualization method, // you can generate other tilings with … Continue reading

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Dualization method for the Stampfli tiling

I am now showing step by step how to get the Stampfli tiling with the dualization method. In the next post you will find the code, which you could change to make other quasiperiodic tilings. First, we combine two hexagon … Continue reading

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Projection method for the Stampfli and the Socolar tiling – the code

// ********* use processing 2 **************** you can download from processing.org //———————————————————————————— // this is the main code to generate the stampfli and the socolar tiling // and other related quasiperiodic designs // put this code in the main tab … Continue reading

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Projection method for the Stampfli and the Socolar tiling

In “A tiling of 12-fold rotational symmetry from two hexagon grids” and following posts I have already discussed the projection method for the Stampfli tiling. It is quite similar to the projection method for the Ammann-Beenker tiling. But there is … Continue reading

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Cellular automaton on quasiperiodic tiling

Any tiling can be used to define a cellular automaton. The tiles (squares, triangles, rhombs and other polygons) are simply the cells. Each tile has all other tiles with a common edge in its von Neumann neighborhood. I use the … Continue reading

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The Voronio diagram of quasiperiodic tilings

In the post “Beautifying the double grid” I have shown how to get an interesting trellis by distorting the grid of a quasiperiodic tiling. Here I am showing Voronoi diagrams of the corner points of tilings, which make nice trellis … Continue reading

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