Hi Adam can you email me? I am doing a redesign of squaring.net and wanted to include some of your work.
Stuart Anderson (www.squaring.net) told me about your “squaring the plane” solution. This is nice geometry and I would like to use it for designing a 3D-printed pendant. If you please give permission, I would arrange small cubes instead of the squares as I did for Simple Perfect Squared Squares before.
I will need a list of all square positions, e.g. the coordinates of their lower left corners.
Is there a ready to use algorithm for making that list(s)?
Hi, that sounds great, no problem. 🙂 Maybe the program on this page is usable as a pseudocode algorithm?
Well, I revisited your site today after a rather long time. However, thank you for the very fast reply last year.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cython told me how to use the code which is in fact “ready to use” for
printing the lists I need.
Now, holding the square location lists in my hand, I look forward designing related 3D printed models.
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