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October 8th, 2017, 03:41 PM   #1
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Spiral Honeycomb Mosaic and it's 3d and square counterparts

I'm not sure if this is the right spot, but I hope it is.

Anyway, I haven't been to find much about SHM (Honeycomb Spiral Mosaic) coordinates despite comments about it being of particular interest for studies of human vision and in graphics technology.

So I was wondering if anyone here had links to more information, particularly to places describing math behind using SHM.

Additionally, I was wondering if anyone has looked into using the same concept applied to other grids, particularly square or 3d grids.

Even more, I was wondering if anyone knows how to figure out if SHM, or a variant, could be applied to a sphere without gaps? (I was thinking that triangular could, starting from a pyramid, but is it the only one?)
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