Pseudoglobe folded with 160 g/m^{2} paper |
Please read the generic assembly tips.
Almost as easy to build as the cube, the octahedron has sharper corners which demand careful folding.
Gnomonic projection on an octahedron, poles on opposite vertices, flat-colored (101 KB PDF) | |
Gnomonic projection on an octahedron, poles on opposite vertices, NASA's "Blue Marble" original satellite imagery, earthobservatory.nasa.gov (1104 KB PDF) | |
Ditto, reduced color (546 KB PDF) | |
Gnomonic projection on an octahedron, poles on opposite vertices, black & white (80 KB PDF) | |
Gnomonic projection on an octahedron, poles on opposite vertices, texture-mapped (1109 KB PDF) |
Gnomonic projection on an octahedron, poles on opposite vertices, flat-colored (35 KB) | |
Gnomonic projection on an octahedron, poles on opposite vertices, textured (138 KB) | |
Gnomonic projection on an octahedron, poles on opposite vertices, topographic relief (178 KB) | |
Gnomonic projection on an octahedron, poles on opposite vertices, unshaded (29 KB) | |
Gnomonic projection on an octahedron, poles on opposite vertices, AVHRR Pathfinder data by Dave Pape (www.resumbrae.com) (148 KB) |