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Projective Space 3d printed

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Yellow Strong & Flexible Polished
Projective Space 3d printed
Projective Space 3d printed

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Projective Space

3D printed in deep yellow, richly colored nylon plastic with a smooth finish.
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This is a model of the smallest projective 3-dimensional space in existence.  To be slightly more specific, this is the 3-dimensional projective space over the two-element field GF(2).  There are 15 balls representing the points of the space.  The 35 lines of the space, each possesing precisely 3 points, are represented by 10 ellipses and 25 line segments.  According to Burkard Polster (in his "Geometrical Picturebook"), this design as based on the tetrahedron was first discovered by Dale Mesner.
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Projective Space
6.79 x 6.79 x 6.8 cm
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2.68 x 2.68 x 2.68 inches
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