Mixing Geomag Kids with classic Geomag

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Mixing Geomag Kids with classic Geomag

Postby PolyClare » Mon Feb 01, 2010 12:41 pm

I recently purchased some of the new Geomag Kids rods and panels, and was fooling around with them. One thing I found is that the large holes in the Geomag Kids panels can allow for some interesting combinations of constructions, when combined with appropriate combinations of classic Geomag rods:

Octahedron inside a Cube
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Octahedron (classic Geomag, scale 2) inside a Cube (Geomag Kids)

Tetrahedron in an Icosahedron
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Tetrahedron (classic Geomag, scale 3) inside an Icosahedron (Geomag Kids)

The links above go to the Geomag Wikia pages for these constructions.
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Re: Mixing Geomag Kids with classic Geomag

Postby Peter Jepsen » Tue Feb 02, 2010 5:25 pm

Really nice!
The octa-cube looks promising as a base for further experimentation.
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