Instructions

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These are the five Platonic solids, named after the ancient Greek philosopher. They comprise the entire set of regular polyhedra, each of which has faces that are regular polygons. For each solid, the same number of faces meet at each vertex.

Drag the screen with a right mouse (or with Control and a left mouse on a Mac) to change the angle of view, in order to see the details better.

Drag a vertex point to change the size or orientation of any polyhedron.

Drag a face to change the positions of any of the polyhedra.

Why are there only five of these?

Constructed by Barry Kissane