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Elizabeth Gentile

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Caroling Geary

Working Model of Duo-tet

Wholeo.Net Art Studio, Florida, USA

December, 2008

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© 2008 Caroling Geary, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License


Working model means a model to work with. This object movie is a study of RGB color cube colors applied to the duo-tet within. Both the movie and the paper model are sketches to help me develop 3D computer graphics and animations showing the pure online colors (not as printed or photographed). This work grows out of the previous entry Inside a Duo-Tet Color Cube.

For me it is the best because it is the latest step towards my ongoing goal. Please excuse the rough craftsmanship in the model with its fingerprints, tape and slipshod joints. The point is not to contemplate a finished object but to see the order of colors distributed on the interlocking tetrahedrons.

The tets are geometric duals of each other. The form is technically a stella octangula. It is also a Merkaba and mistakenly called a star tetrahedron.

I used these directions for making the model.
Duo-tet Colors home page where the work continues

Wikipedia Color Cube page

http://www.wholeo.net - Caroling's web site


USA-Canada / USA-Florida

Lat: 30° 18' 52" N
Long: 86° 5' 22" W

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Computer files, ink jet printer, Canon 300D (Digital Rebel) digital SLR camera, 50mm f/1.8 lens at ISO 400 using various exposures indoors with tripod and lazy susan, Photoshop CS4, ImageReady CS, QuickTime VR Authoring Studio.
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