**Virtual Polyhedra: The Encyclopedia of Polyhedra**

by George W. Hart

2000

**Description**:

Polyhedra have an enormous aesthetic appeal and the subject is fun and easy to learn on one's own. This is a collection of thousands of virtual reality polyhedra for you to explore. There are hundreds here which have never been illustrated in any previous publication.

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