The Role of Generic Green Skills for Enhancing Creativity and Innovation: Tessellation of Regular Polygons

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The Role of Generic Green Skills for Enhancing Creativity and Innovation: Tessellation of Regular Polygons

September 11, 2021 Social Sciences And Humanities 0

This paper proposes a more efficient and ecologically friendly modelling approach for tessellating regular polygons. Tessellation of polygons that have been innovated through generated themes, as seen in this work, differs from traditional tessellations of objects and animals. In comparison to using irregular polygons or other things, the main contribution of this work is the simplification and creativity of new patterns from existing regular polygons, using only three freely tessellable polygons (triangle, square, and hexagon). This is performed by shrinking each polygon to its smallest size and then tessellating each of the smaller figures to the right or left to create two separate patterns of the same unit called motif. The motifs are then linked together to produce a design. In this innovation, the proposed approach is proven to be superior than tessellating ordinary regular polygons since it produces more designs and allows for the introduction of more colours to generate meaningful tiles or patterns. Tessellations, in particular, can be found in a variety of settings.

Tesellations can be found in a variety of places, including art, architecture, hobbies, clothing design (including traditional wears), and a range of other things.

Author (S) Details

Abdullahi Musa Cledumas
Department of Technical and Engineering Education, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia.

Yusri Bin Kamin
Department of Technical and Engineering Education, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia.

Haruna Rabiu
Department of Technical and Engineering Education, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia.

Mohammed Umar Isa
Department of Technical and Engineering Education, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia.

Shuaibu Halliru
Department of Technical and Engineering Education, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia.

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