The diamond lattice of tetrahedrons (see the diamond model) has been inverted (turned inside out) by substituting for each vertex vector, v, the signed vector Sqrt[v]. this puts the innermost tetrahedron on the outside, and the outer edges into the center, but makes the inner parts larger than the standard inversion, which substitutes 1/v for v. The file was created in Mathematica, in Meshlab.


IN: 2.043 w x 2.043 d x 2.039 h
CM: 5.188 w x 5.188 d x 5.18 h


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