# Folder full of holes

So I now have created all of the examples from Chapter V, ‘Simplest (R)(A)(Q)(T) toroids of genus p=1’, in Antiprism, and they’re in this Google Drive folder. The relation between the file names and Stewart’s designations should be fairly clear. In addition to the OFF files there are shell scripts which generate them. The tor.sh script is something I threw together to automate some of the process.

Here’s an animation of $Q_4\left (T_4\right )Q_4 / B_4 \left(P_4\right )B_4$: