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When I first started to learn 3D modeling software, I had to refresh my math skills--in particular, geometry. Tangents, planar surfaces, toruses (I don't remember ever learning about these and surely I would have remembered a doughnut shape!), dodecahedrons, etc. Looking up one day, I realized that this ring was loosely inspired by the Freedom Tower. I've called this ring "hedron", which is a suffix used when naming geometric solids that are made of multiple faces of specified shapes.
I'm looking for a reputable charity that supports STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education for girls. I would like to donate 10% of the profits for purchase of this ring to this cause. Please message me if you have any suggestions.