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Can anyone tell me the name of this type of cube/3D shape? I've looked everywhere, and can only find "Pillowed Cube" which is the type of rubiks cube shown, and I don't believe it's the actual name of the shape. The closest thing I've found was the "Reuleaux Triangle", but got lost after that.
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>>628651
Hi OP. I can tell you what this is called.
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>>628651
It's isogonal, zonohedron, the edges are not straight, but tangentialy angled to a cube.
It's an isotopic to your standard cube, but unlike cubes it is not polyhedron. Believe it or not, it is actually a type ellipsoid.
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>>628651
>>628668
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superellipsoid
ok it's actually Super quadric https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superquadrics

I hope that helps you OP
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American cube
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>>628692
*This* is an American cube.
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Squircle
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>>628701
very plump!
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That cube is THICC
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Octahedral pentahedron. Don't listen to these other plebs, OP.
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>>628663
this is my favorite reply
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>>628702
a million times this
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>>628701
European cubes can't possibly be this h e a l t h y
Your cubes are all skin and bones!
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>>628651
That´s a square ball.
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>>628651
It's a chamfered hexagon with a front facing extrusion from alternate vertices.
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>>629016
>hexagon
Huh?
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>>629018
Which other 2D shapes have six outer edges arranged around a single point?
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>>628701
American here, can confirm
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>>629018
Literally a hexagon
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>>629138
im in tears
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>>629041
>>629138
...Anon was asking about a 3d shape.
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>>629146
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>>629153
>I was just pretending to be retarded!
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>>629146
source?
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That's the V Cube 6, if that helps you find more info. There are more pillowed cubes of this fashion
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You still there OP?
I think it IS called a pillowed cube, you can see here a study in which they just refer to this type of cube as "pillowed"
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.math.ucla.edu/~pak/papers/pillow4.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwjPtt-M3uzbAhWPmlkKHZTFACAQFjAAegQIBBAB&usg=AOvVaw0QqLHoNSI8hprxFKAvWNys
you might also call it an "inflated hexahedron" or even a "spherical hexahedron"
I also checked the reuleux triangle you mentioned but if you go further from that shape you just end up going to supperellipsoids and I think they are not even close to what you wanted
hope it helps




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