User talk:Jgmoxness
Contents
 1 Welcome
 2 Images of Klein Quartic and Octonions as they relate to Electron Spherical Harmonic Legendre Functions and their Dual QuarkGluon Nucleons
 3 Images of Hasse Diagrams
 4 Images of StoweJanetScerri Periodic Table
 5 Images of E8 (and its subgroups)
 6 Images related to w:Quasicrystals
 7 Images Dynkin Diagrams
 8 Images of Fano Planes
 9 120cell projection animation
Welcome[edit]
[1]jgmoxness or Special:Emailuser/Jgmoxness
See also:
Images of Klein Quartic and Octonions as they relate to Electron Spherical Harmonic Legendre Functions and their Dual QuarkGluon Nucleons[edit]
Images of Hasse Diagrams[edit]
Images of StoweJanetScerri Periodic Table[edit]
Images of E8 (and its subgroups)[edit]
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w:6cube (w:Hexeract) using 6D w:orthographic_projection to a 3D w:Perspective_(visual) object (the w:Rhombic_triacontahedron) using the w:Golden ratio in the w:basis_vectors (inner edges removed leaving their vertices).

w:6cube (w:Hexeract) orthographically projected to 3D using the w:Golden ratio. This is used to understand the aperiodic icosahedral structure of w:Quasicrystals.

240 w:E₈ polytope vertices with 1440 w:6cube (6D) unit edges and w:Golden ratio basis vectors orthographically projected to 3D.

240 w:E8_(mathematics) vertices projected to 2D using w:5cube w:Petrie_polygon basis vectors

240 w:E₈ polytope vertices projected to 2D using w:5cube Petrie basis vectors overlaid on electron diffraction pattern of an icosahedral ZnMgHo w:Quasicrystal.
Images Dynkin Diagrams[edit]
Cell8+Cell16=Cell24
Tesseract (Left frame orthogonal, Right frame perspective) 
Anaglyph for depth cueing(Red left eye, Cyan right eye) 
Penteract Hexeract  Hepteract 
16 Cell  24 Cell 
120 Cell  600 Cell 
Images of Fano Planes[edit]
Jgmoxness (talk) 02:52, 6 April 2010 (UTC)
120cell projection animation[edit]
I like your animation of 120cell rotation, but the dithering around the edges is distracting and makes it hard to see interior edges. If you still have the source code, maybe you could rerender with antialiasing? Alternately, rendering at higher resolution and then scaling down might achieve the same effect. It could also rotate a bit slower, IMHO, to be more similar to File:120cell.gif.
Thanks for the awesome math images! Quantum7 06:55, 16 April 2014 (UTC)