# ₀Constructing polyhedron, triangulation, 3D Visualizing

- Author:
- Roman Chijner

**Construction of a polyhedron surface based on direct calculation of the maximum sum of distances**The peculiarity of this applets is that 1. for a given number of n particles on the sphere, their extreme distribution for Convex Polyhedra is found. The maximum of the

**sum of distances**is found directly: maximization using the Maximize[]command and sliders. 2. Triangulation of polyhedral surfaces: this applets sorts and finds vertices, faces, and surface segments of a polyhedron and its dual image. 3. Visualization of polyhedral surfaces: the elements of the polyhedron and its dual image are directly translated into their 3d form. *From Book: Extended definitions of point location estimates https://www.geogebra.org/m/hhmfbvde From: List of My Public Books on GeoGebra Topics: Constructing polyhedra -https://www.geogebra.org/m/eabstecp

## Table of Contents

### Computer constructions of the vertices of polyhedra

- Computer constructions of a regular tetrahedron
- The largest tetrahedron those points can be fit on a sphere
- Constructing, surface triangulation, visualizing polyhedron
- Computer constructions of polyhedra
- wa Construction the coordinates for Convex Polyhedra
- wb Triangulation of polyhedral surfaces
- wc Visualization of polyhedral surfaces
- Computer constructions of polyhedra 1

### Varianten: Computer constructions of polyhedra

### Set of polyhedra

### Visualization of polyhedral surfaces

- Polyhedron Computer constructions n=10
- n=12. Polyhedron Computer constructions
- n=24. Visualization of polyhedral surfaces
- n=32. Polyhedron Computer constructions
- n=40. Polyhedron Computer constructions
- n=48. Polyhedron Computer constructions
- n=48 Polyhedron Computer construction. Lowering the accuracy
- n=72. Polyhedron Computer constructions
- n=100. Polyhedron Computer constructions
- Polyhedron with 120 vertices and its dual Polyhedron-image
- Polyhedron with 120 vertices and its dual Polyhedron-image
- n=130. Polyhedron Computer constructions