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Vernon, Normandy, France / October 9, 2011
Ludovic Robillard assembled a TAMASHIDO Perfect Square in 54.05
fastest, square, assembling, TAMASHIDO
Hello, thanks for interest.
The base of that particular axiom is squared, as you can see at the beginning of the process. After then, perfection is mostly a matter of feeling. It's possible to place "the perfect square" at the top of bigger hollow structure, when it currently seem impossible to do so with "the five chambers", no matter how similar it look from outside.
Ludovic, tres bien. I've never seen Tamashido before. How is that called a Perfect Square when it looks triangular? Can you explain?
AntoninGuyon on 10/28/2014
FullName1 on 10/9/2011