# Polytope Wiki:List of polytope-related websites

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This is a list of websites related to polyhedra and/or polytopes. Please add any more you find. Websites with an asterisk (*) have been taken down, but have been archived on other sites.

## Informational resources[edit source]

These are websites that give some overview on the subject.

- Polytopes & their Incidence Matrices by Richard Klitzing.
- The Polygloss by Wendy Krieger.
- Polytopes in ℝ
^{4}by Marco Möller (in German). Contains an exposition of the convex uniform polychora and a dissertation showing that the enumeration is complete.

## Compendiums[edit source]

These are websites dedicated to showing off some class of polytopes.

### Polyhedra[edit source]

- Visual Polyhedra by David McCooey. These models are interactive on the browser.
- Virtual Polyhedra by George Hart. Contains VRML models for many polyhedra.
- Polyhedra Collection by Vladimir Bulatov. Another independent collection of VRML models.
- Polyhedra by Jim McNeill. Showcases near-miss polyhedra.
- Polyhedra Project by Steve Waterman. Features many info on Waterman polyhedra.
- Polyhedra* by Sam Gratrix. Showcases uniform polyhedra and their duals.

### Other dimensions or spaces[edit source]

- Hedrondude's website by Jonathan Bowers - perhaps the best known amateur source on polytopes. Showcases uniform polytopes up to 6D.
- Hedrondude's website (2002)* by Jonathan Bowers - an old archived version.

- Uniform Polytopes in Four Dimensions* by George Olshevsky, a sort of precursor to Bowers' website.
- 4D Euclidean Space by Quickfur. Showcases Johnson solids and CRF polychora.
- List of uniform honeycombs by Eric Binnendyk. Enumerates many uniform honeycombs in Bowers' style.
- Hyperbolic honeycombs by lllllllllwith10ls. Enumerates many hyperbolic honeycombs in Bowers' style.

## Software[edit source]

These are links to either browser applications or software that can be used to visualize and/or build polytopes.

### Polytope builders[edit source]

- Stella: polyhedron navigator by Robert Webb, the first software to feature the uniform polychora. Has basic capabilities to build and load other polytopes.
- Miratope (Github): an open-source alternative to Stella in current development.
- Old Miratope (GitHub): the original version of Miratope, written in JavaScript. Very outdated and probably broken.

- Antiprism by Adrian Rossiter, features many types of polyhedra.
- PolyHédronisme by Anselm Levskaya - allows you to construct polyhedra using Conway operations.
- GeoGebra An online graphing calculator featuring many demonstrations, some of which are polyhedron-related

### Polytope visualizers[edit source]

- Reintope (GitHub): a minimalist open-source polytope visualizer.
- Tessera.li polyhedra viewer by Nat Alison - see relationships between Johnson solids.
- Regular polyhedra viewer by Christopher Smith - Visualize the 48 regular generalized polyhedra as described in this video
- WebGL polyhedra* by Sam Gratrix, visualizes uniform polyhedra online.
- Poly by Pedagoguery Software, a shareware program to visualize a handful of convex polyhedra.
- Nan Ma's website
- A Slice of Curiosity by Wagyx. A blog featuring several interactive geometry experiments.

## Wikis[edit source]

- Polytope Wiki on Miraheze, the website you're currently visiting..
- Polytopes wiki on Wikia, a wiki similar to this one that was started independently.
- WikiChoron*, a now defunct wiki dedicated to Bowers' uniforms. The wiki is no longer accessible, but the URL is still up and images are still accessible.
- Hi.gher.space wiki, one of the first polytope wikis, now largely abandoned.
- Verse and Dimensions Wikia, a hybrid fiction, physics, and math wiki.

## Unclassified[edit source]

- Polyedergarten by Ulrich Mikloweit
- Hi.gher.space
- Holyhedron by Don Hatch
- Alexander's Polyhedra by Alex Doskey
- Bendwavy by Anton Sherwood
- Übersketch (most of these links come from that website's list of links)
- Roger's Polyhedra by Roger Kaufman
- Mandara - Uniform Tesselations by Hironori Sakamoto
- HyperRogue by ZenoRogue
- Tesselation Catalog by ZenoRogue and Marek Čtrnáct
- Branko Grünbaum
- Magnus Wenninger*
- kabai.hu
- the polyhedra world by Maurice Starck
- Uniform Polyhedra at MathConsult
- Guy's Polyhedra Pages by Guy Inchbald
- Superliminal Geometry by Melinda Green
- Kaleido* by Zvi Har'El

- Johnson Solids by Allison Chen
- Polyhedra by G. M. Fleurent and Dr. Hugo F. Verheyen
- The Geometry Junkyard by David Eppstein
- Dodecahedral Constructions by Stephan Werbeck
- Electronic Geometry Models
- Convex Regular-Faced Polyhedra with Conditional Edges by Robert R. Tupelo-Schneck
- RobertLovesPi
- Jorge Rezende
- Various software such as
- Pedagoguery
- The many faces of polyhedrons* by Tom York
- HyperStar by Mark Newbold
- World of Polyhedra
- Tegula
- hypercube* by Rudy Rucker

- Polyhedra articles on Wikipedia
- Polyhedra articles on MathWorld by Eric Weisstein
- Polyhedron demonstrations on Wolfram demonstrations
- Bob's Pages by Bob Allanson
- Geometry, Surfaces, Curves, Polyhedra by Paul Bourke
- Jim Buddenhaggen
- Twistohedra by Hollister David
- 3doro by Tadeusz E. Dorozinski
- Polytopes by Paulo Friere
- SingSurf by Richard Morris
- Card Polyhedra by Joseph Myers
- Tune's polyhedra pages by Marcel Tünnissen
- Archimedean Polyhedra at Isotropic.org
- polyhedra at Mathcurve
- Symmetry, Crystals and Polyhedra* by Steven Dutch
- Paper Models of Polyhedra by Gijs Korthals Altes
- Baumann Eduard
- How to Build Polyhedra by Leslie Lewis
- Polyhedra plaited with paper strips by H. B. Meyers
- Adopt a Polyhedron
- Polyhedra & Polytopes at Numericana by Gerard P. Michon
- Truncations of Polyhedra by Livio Zefiro
- Polyhedron database at Netlib
- n-Uniform tilings by Brian Galebach
- Isohedra by Scott Sherman
- The Dice Lab
- Polyhedra by David A. Richter
- polyhedra.org*
- Encyclopedia of Mathematics
- polyhedra.mathmos.net by Robert Whittaker
- polyhedron* by David Darling
- Stellations* by Roy Williams
- Jenn3D by Fritz Obermeyer
- Wythoff Explorer by Matt Zucker
- Wythoff by Greg Egan
- JSModeler Solids by Viktor Kovacs
- The Szilassi Polyhedron by Tom Ace
- Polyhedral Solids* by Tom Gettys
- Hyperbolic and Spherical Tiling Gallery by Bernie Freidin
- Semi-Regular Tilings by Kevin Mitchell
- Tilings by Jaap Scherphuis
- WHUTS by Matt Parker
- Applet to see 4D shapes by Ken Perlin (Java Applet, not compatible with modern browsers)
- Hyperbolic tilings by Sascha Rogmann
- Tesseract by David McQuillan
- Some notes on the fourth dimension by Union College
- abstract polytopes by Michael Hartley
- Associahedron Realizer by Daniel Johnson, Justin Lee, and Jackson Warley
- Building 4D polytopes by Mikael Hvidtfeldt Christensen
- The Fourth Dimension by John Savard
- Geometry by Mason Green (most of it is lost)
- hyperbolichoneycombs.org by Roice Nelson and Henry Segerman

To do: categorize the sites in some way, possibly convert to a table.

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