The Role of Generic Green Skills for Enhancing Creativity and Innovation: Tessellation of Regular Polygons
Selected Topics in Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 5,
16 August 2021,
This work presents a better modelling approach for tessellating regular polygons that is also environmentally friendly. Tessellation of polygons that have been innovated through created motifs, as shown in this work, is a departure from standard tessellations of things and animals. In comparison to employing irregular polygons or other items, the fundamental contribution of this work is the simplification and innovation of new patterns from existing regular polygons, in which only three polygons (triangle, square, and hexagon) that may be freely tessellated are employed. This is accomplished by lowering the size of each polygon to its smallest value and then tessellating each of the smaller figures to the right or left to produce two distinct patterns of the same unit called motif.After then, the motifs are joined to form a pattern. The proposed approach is shown to be superior than tessellating ordinary regular polygons in this innovation because more designs are obtained, and more colours can be obtained or introduced to produce meaningful tiles or patterns. Tessellations, in particular, can be observed in many aspects of life.
Tesellations can be found in a variety of places, including art, architecture, hobbies, clothing design, including traditional wears, and many other places.