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 Post subject: Jason's Radiolarian (Face Turning Icosahedron) + VIDEO
PostPosted: Wed Dec 09, 2009 3:25 am 
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The Radiolarian - Face Turning Icosahedron 1.
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Best puzzle of the year, this is amazing. This has been one crazy November/December in puzzle building.

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Wow. Just... wow.

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now theres the "decent fti" i was looking for! fantastic, stickers and video soon, how soon?

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woah!!!!!! that's the best puzzle for this year....... :shock:

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That is just incredible!


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fantastic! this is what a face turning icosahedron should be


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Incredible work!
...but why not install corners?


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Wow...................................wow. :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Radiolarian (Face Turning Icosahedron)
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Ouch!
Everything else has been said so far.


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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Radiolarian (Face Turning Icosahedron)
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hm, I really like it... :D
why Radiolarian though?

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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Radiolarian (Face Turning Icosahedron)
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elijah wrote:
why Radiolarian though?

I had to look that one up....
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...but why not install corners?

With those tree like growths on the corners I'd cut then off a Radiolarian too. :)

More seriously... this puzzle is missing two types of pieces, not just the corner. I look a peek at Gelatinbrain and it appears not to offer the shallowest Face-Turn Icosahedron as a puzzle. This one is close.

http://users.skynet.be/gelatinbrain/Applets/Magic%20Polyhedra/icosa_f3.htm

Imagine the cuts just a bit shallower and you'd see the face centers this Radiolarian has. In addition to missing the corner its also missing the wings that surround it. Without those pieces there is nothing to hold the corner and those wings I suspect would significantly increase the complexity of the mechanism. I think the curved cuts allow those pieces to be ignored and thus we have this great puzzle. It works and I don't consider it a cheat... its no different than making a 4x4x4 that ignors the inner 2x2x2.

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Wow, just wow. I never thought anyone was going to attempt this bohemoth, well done to you, sir!


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wwwmwww wrote:
elijah wrote:
why Radiolarian though?

I had to look that one up....
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Leslie Le wrote:
...but why not install corners?

With those tree like growths on the corners I'd cut then off a Radiolarian too. :)

More seriously... this puzzle is missing two types of pieces, not just the corner. I look a peek at Gelatinbrain and it appears not to offer the shallowest Face-Turn Icosahedron as a puzzle. This one is close.

http://users.skynet.be/gelatinbrain/Applets/Magic%20Polyhedra/icosa_f3.htm

Imagine the cuts just a bit shallower and you'd see the face centers this Radiolarian has. In addition to missing the corner its also missing the wings that surround it. Without those pieces there is nothing to hold the corner and those wings I suspect would significantly increase the complexity of the mechanism. I think the curved cuts allow those pieces to be ignored and thus we have this great puzzle. It works and I don't consider it a cheat... its no different than making a 4x4x4 that ignors the inner 2x2x2.

Carl
I had assumed that little pieces surrounding the corner were also missing. Thanks for that!

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This is a truly fantastic puzzle! The cuts make it very pleasing to the eyes and lack of corners is surprisingly attractive! I can't believe the puzzle functions without them!

great work!

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Hugo Mak wrote:
:shock: Where are the corners :?:


The cuts were designed to minimize the corners and their surrounding parts. But wait for radiolarian 2! :)

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Finally! That took the puzzle world quite a while! It look incredible. Thank you for this finalisation of face-turning magic polyhedra.

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This just made my day! I spent 3 or 4 hours last weekend just trying to make this in Solidworks, after the comment made by ndgamer4life last week (I can't remember exactly where he said this...)

I can't wait to see a video!

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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Radiolarian (Face Turning Icosahedron)
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Wow this is absolutely beautiful :) awesome job!

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wow

reminds me of a sand dollar :lol:

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Being all frustrated today, I came on the TP forum, thinking, "Please be a new amazing puzzle to cheer me up," and then I saw this. Thanks for making my day :D

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Wow!
Absolutely amazing. Really - a great puzzle.
All the superlatives have already been used. So I just say:
Put me on your customer list :)

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the spherical cuts really give it a more "organic" feel and add to the name :D A+

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That's amazing! Is this the puzzle you were referring to here?:


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Or is there still more good things to come? :D

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Wow. Congratulations. You beat me to it... an FTI was going to be my first new design here. I've been working on it for months (but too infrequently).

Still, my design is different, so hopefully when it is ready there will still be some appreciation for it.


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Indeed this may be the puzzle of the year! And snuck it in in the nick of time: December!


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Its weird how right after i stop puzzling, masterpieces like these emerge for our viewing. Sort of ironic, but anyways, excellent build Jason! :)

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(thx to those of u that can translate this xP)

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OMG WOOT WTG

I'm ashamed of myself.

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Added some stickered photos!

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SOOOOO BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!

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Wow, that's even more beautiful than before! Can't wait for the video! :D

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That, sir, is a classy puzzle.


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What a beauty! Mmmmm...


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I think everything that could be said has already been said, but what an amazing job Jason! Bravo.


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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Radiolarian (Face Turning Icosahedron) + VIDEO
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Sorry about the video focus! My camera is past its prime. Hope you can enjoy anyway.

VIDEO HERE!

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:shock: Looks even more amazing after stickering! :P And, I'm amazed with its movement! :D

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This looks even more amazing with stickers! :D

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Certainly more of these will be cast, eh? *shoulder nudge*

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very nice! to state the obvious... I want one! :)


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Funmonkey, I don't think any have been cast so far.

It looks great stickered! Nice.

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