- George Hart's original implementation: http://www.georgehart.com/virtual-polyhedra/conway_notation.html
- The Wikipedia page on Conway's notation
Just use npm:
npm install conway-hart
Here is an example showing how to use this library to generate a shape:
Which produces the following polygon:
If you want to try it out for yourself without installing node.js, here is an interactive WebGL demo.
name: The name of the solid.
cells: The faces of the solid, represented as a list of indices into the vertices.
positions: The positions of the vertices of the solid.
If there is an error parsing the input, an exception is thrown.
Here is a list of all the available seeds. The ones with an
n next to their symbol take an extra parameter describing how many faces are on their base.
(c) 1998 George Hart. GPL
CommonJS port maintained by Mikola Lysenko.