Dipolygonids - Jitterbug Transformers

by

Hugo F. Verheyen


           Have a look at the first page of two articles of Hugo Verheyen
         and at images of the twenty dipolygonids



The complete set of Jitterbug Transformers
and the analysis of their motion


Expandable Polyhedral Structures

References


Dipolygonids - Set A - Click !
Dipolygonids - Set B - Click !


IMAGES     by     G.M.   FLEURENT

                     Di-Polygonid    {3} + {4} | 54    :    S4 ( 3, 4, 2 )

                     Di-Polygonid    {3} + {4} | 54    :    S4 ( 3, 4, 2 )    -    F i l l e d    u p

                     Di-Polygonid    {3} + {4} | 54    :    S4 ( 3, 4, 4 )

                     Di-Polygonid    {4} + {4} | 90    :    S4 ( 4, 4 )

                     Di-Polygonid    {3} + {3} | 70    :    A4 ( 3, 3, 2 )    -    The    Jitterbug

                     Di-Polygonid    {2} + {3} | 54    :    A4 ( 2, 3, 3 )


LINKS

           In stead of the technical name 'Dipolygonid' scholars often use more popular names:
           Twisters (Polyhedral Twisters - Jim McNeill) , Spinner (Juno's Spinner - Junichi Yananose),
           Jitterbug (Robert W. Gray ) :


Polyhedral 'Twisters'
Juno's Spinner
The "Jitterbug" And Its Motion


           If you like a nice program (Thomas L. York ):

The Many Faces of Polyhedrons


           Visit on this website of G.M. Fleurent the pages on polyhedra :

Polyhedra


           Homepage of G.M. Fleurent :

Homepage


I thank everybody who includes in his website a link to this page


Last updated : 5 May 2003 & 25 May 2007

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