|Creator||Buckminster Fuller (1943)|
|Remarks||A compromise projection onto the surface of an icosahedron, which results in comparatively low angular and areal distortions.
The poor quality of the graticule lines are a consequence of the way the image was rendered, of course it’s no characteristic shortcoming of the Dymaxion map itself.
See Four conformal polyhedric projections and more.
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