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It is quite possible that some polyhedron may belong to multiple categories, for instance, the cube is both a platonic solid and the 4-prism.
A polyhedron may have been discovered multiple times by people using different generating techniques.

This three.js viewer was inspired by
http://stemkoski.github.io/Three.js/ by Lee Stemkoski.

## Controls:

- Rotate: Left Mouse Button
- Zoom: Mouse Wheel
- Up and Down Arrows: go to previous and next polyhedron.

## Search Bar:

Use specific filters separated by a space in the search bar to explore and find polyhedra.
For instance:

- any word finds all polyhedra which name includes the word
- v:=4 finds all polyhedra which number of vertices equals 4
- e:>12 finds all polyhedra which number of edges is strictly greater than 12
- f:<23 finds all polyhedra which number of faces is strictly smaller than 23
- 5-gon:404 finds all polyhedra which number of faces that are 5-gons is equal to 404
- degree-6:101 finds all polyhedra which number of vertices of degree 6 is equal to 101
- category:Archimedean finds all polyhedra which belongs to the Archimedean category. Use _ instead of spaces.