Tessellations fill a space with a single repeating shape, in a way that leaves no space or causes any overlap between the shapes.
Tessellations here mean designs featuring animals, birds, etc, which can fill the page, without over-lapping, to form a pattern. It's the simplest kind of jigsaw puzzle: all the pieces look alike!
Examples. Triangular tiling,one of the three ... A honeycomb is a natural
tessellated structure. The Voderberg tiling, a spiral, ...
Examples: tessellation rectangles. Rectangles. tessellation octagons and
squares. Octagons and Squares. tessellation pentagons. Different Pentagons ...
Fish - These patterns are based on a simple fish design, made of a tilted square
... Jo Edkins 2007 - Return to Tessellations index.
About regular tessellations, semi-regular tessellations and polymorph or demi-
regular tessellations. With explanations, examples and diagrams of each type.
Jun 10, 2011 ... Basic Description. Tessellations, more commonly referred to as tilings, are
patterns which are repeated over and over without overlapping or ...
Definition. A tessellation is created when a shape is repeated over and over
again covering a plane without any gaps or overlaps. Another word for a
Tessellations occur in nature, in the news, in our homes, and in our cities. ... Have
you seen a tessellation in the world around you? Photograph it, and contact us ...
Definition of tessellation: Self-Test: look at examples of symmetry art and decide
... On this website, we define a tessellation as "a repetitive interlocking pattern of
A good example of a rotation is one "wing" of a pinwheel which turns around the
... Tessellation reflection, Tessellation rotation, Tesselation Glide reflection ...