Two space filling arrays in a 5-directional coordinate system converge around a
common origin point. The two arrays are directional, oriented in opposite directions
around a common axis. They both share the same coordinate system, and all the
spaces between the major cells, which are rhombic icosahedra, can be filled with
dodecahedra and hexahedra using only unit lengths drawn from the 5 coordinate
directions. Note that the plane shown through the center of convergence is not
a plane of reflection symmetry. Made with vZome.