3D Sphere Wraps
WELCOME TO STARWHEEL 3D NAVIGATION!
The StarWheels were originally received as
multi-dimensional spheres of cosmic presence.
Each starwheel was brought down to a circular template on a 2D canvas
(cross-section of a 3D sphere)
to be expanded by inner vision into higher-dimensional navigation
(the yoga of perception gazing at its own source).
The StarWheels were the parent generation.
Digital graphics technologies are the midwives birthing new generations,
new lineages issued from 3D renderings.
The first next generation SW family are the StarSpheres,
spherization protocols with creative orientations.
Another new SW family are the StarWaves,
symmetric harmonization protocols using variable poles.
The seminal StarWheel vision experience (1985)
predicted that a whole generation would pass
before the StarWheels start to make sense.
This time has come.
In fact, each StarWheel template is replete
with hidden levels of rich visualization,
enhanced by 3D navigation and grids of harmonic coding.
These encoded levels can be made visible
due to the new visual technologies
approaching and activating fractal holographic perception,
the next level of human perception.
& use them as cosmic celebration toys.
SW #109 "Li-La-Nai". 3D sphere format.
Orientation: x = 178.8, y = 43.4, z = -21.5
SW #98 "Zep Tepi". 3D sphere format.
Orientation: x = -1080, y = -14, z = 698
SW #97 "Kali Nava". 3D sphere format.
Orientation: x = -360.6, y = -41, z = -20.2
SW #83 "Sheeva Lotus". 3D sphere format.
Orientation: x = -79, y = -63.5, z = 112.8
SW100 "Tera-Cube". 3D Sphere rendering.
Orientation: x = 34.2, y = 54.2 z = 416.6
SW99 "Si-Pa-Pu". 3D Sphere rendering.
Orientation: x = -362.6, y = 49.8, z = 334.6
SW103 "Dawn Corona" - 3D Sphere rendering
Orientation: x = 809.2, y = -5.4, z = -202
SW101 "Saranga Nur" - 3D Sphere rendering
Orientation: x = .1, y = -35.1, z = -22.9
SW102 "Arbor Mundi" - 3D Sphere rendering.
Orientation: x = - 0.5, y = - 3.3, z = - 20.4
SW108 "Creation Ovum" - 3D Sphere rendering
Orientation: x = 1.3, y = 11.2, z = -383.3