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Topic: Conway on Trilinear vs Barycentric coordinates
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MH

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Re: Conway on Trilinear vs Barycentric
Posted: Feb 14, 1999 11:36 PM
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I have a website dedicated to 'trilinear' coordination. In
architecture this system is called isometry, or isometric perspective.
I find this system a lot easier to use, for it eliminates the
distortion of perspective. The difference with my(??) method is that,
if I could (using geometry software) I would connect the ends of each
of the three axes to create three independent circlular axes revolving
around an 'infinity sphere'.
If you would like to visit it, the address is:

http://php.indiana.edu/~mhorvath/harmonics.html

I call it "Logic Wheels & System Harmonics (Quantic Information
Organization): Modern Uses of Isometric Geometry (SIN, COS, & TAN)"
or, "The Harmony Browser".

I would appreciate any comments or recommendations. I, being only 19
years old and a sophmore in college, find that I don't get a lot of
feedback or commenting about what I'm doing.

Thanks for your time :)





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