Video Description: iCrosss by Oleh Yudin
iCrosss is a unique educational application which will help you learn solid geometry in ease and fun way. It allows you to build a cross-section of each of available polyhedra by your's defined plane. The plane can be defined by three points (taps) on polyhedron faces. Application supports such kinds of polyhedra as regular polyhedra (Platonic solids), Pyramids, Prisms, Anti-prisms and Archimedean solids and duals.
Polyhedrons are displayed in 3D representation, which allows you to rotate it in any direction. Cool chalkboard drawing style and fonts were used for awesome look’n’feel.
To build a cross-section you have to put
three points on polyhedron faces in
order to define a section plane.
Polyhedron (plural Polyhedra)
A polyhedron is a geometric solid in three dimensions with flat faces and straight edges.
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