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Aperiodic Desk Organizer

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54 Likes70 DownloadsApril 9, 2023
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If your life is so disorganized that you think an Aperiodic Desk Organizer is going to make things better for you, then you’re in big trouble. This desktop organizer is inefficient, hard to assemble and makes no logical sense. On the upside, it looks cool.

These files are intended to be printed in “vase” or “spiralized” mode.

See here for video: https://youtu.be/c_EPxCJFAAM

These interlocking tiles are derived from the recently discovered “Einstein Aperiodic Monotile.” An aperiodic tile covers two-dimensional space in such a way as to create infinite patterns that never repeat.

The real Einstein Monotile tiling system (“The Hat”) is composed of mirrored versions of the same shape. In this design, the process of making the pieces interlocking results in the two versions looking quite different. Even though they look different, they are derived from the same reference geometry and so follow the same rules for tiling.

This shape was discovered in March 2023 by mathematicians David Smith, Joseph Samuel Myers, Craig S. Kaplan, and Chaim Goodman-Strauss. They refer to the shape as “The Hat.” You can learn more here: https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/~csk/hat/

See here for similar designs: Einstein Monotile Lego: https://than.gs/m/822932 Interlocking Einstein Monotile: https://than.gs/m/824816


54 Likes70 DownloadsApril 9, 2023





This model is restricted by licensing terms. 
54 Likes70 DownloadsApril 9, 2023
This model is restricted by licensing terms.