Periodic Tessellation

Periodic Tessellation

Tesselation in which there is at least one subset of shapes that can be translated in any direction to cover the entire plane.


In the tessellation below:


the basic motif that can be translated to create a pattern of the same motif without any gaps or overlapping is the following:


In this example of a tessellation created with squares and equilateral triangles, the basic structure includes reflections and rotations of triangles and squares:


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