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Discrete Hopf Fibration: A visualization
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I'm very curious what's going on here.

Seems you're considering 4D polytopes whose symmetry group is the product of the symmetry group of the image under the hopf fibration and a cyclic group?

Would have been cool to see the polytopes rotate if that's the case.
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What’s the discrete hopf fibration ?
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Looks great! I'd love to read more about it.

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