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I really eager to make a tutorial about this because i have to wait for a long time until *Zueuk finally officially release the plugin. Before hypertile was released, I already make some poincare constellation using poincare plugin by `MichaelFaber. It was a long journey to uncovered how to make a poincare constellation.. here is my journey to make the "right" poincare: 1. Freedom [link] 2. Poincare [link] 3. Poincare II [link] 4. Poincrap [link] 5. Golden pearl [link] (all above was made using poincare plugin (unreleased) by `MichaelFaber)
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I hope this tutorial would be useful..
If you have any question or sugesstion to make this tutorial better, please feel free to note me..
I used this tutorial to make these: [link] and [link] I hope you like the results! Thanks so much for sharing this lovely technique. And, it's obvious you actually understand the math behind these as well. Good for you! I'm afraid it's a little beyond me. But, I do appreciate the extra information about it that you put into the tutorial. I'm sure there are quite a few people who will actually get what you're saying and make good use of it.
Recently I found this new plugin. However, I seem to have far too many 'balls'! They overlap each other and don't show anything like the example in your tutorial. I have tried on all 3 versions of apo 7x. Can you help, please?
yes.. it counts as hyperbolic tiling.. and no, the two term aren't interchangeable. the right term for this is hyperbolic tile. poincare disk is just a way to represent hyperbolic tile since we cannot see the hyperbolic plane in real life.. another way to represent hyperbolic tile is using klein disk..