Daequeous wrote:Thanks. The amount of research I did before committing to this was not exactly extensive, so I was unaware of your efforts. By glancing at your algorithms I see that you have linear algebra skills that I found myself lacking during parts of my implementation, and had to work around. It would seem we are using fairly different approaches, which is always interesting.

I like my tetrahedron lattice, it makes constructing large groups very easy.

If I hadn't been lazy, probably would have designed a nicer way to determine if a position in 3D space was already taken. Either via static mapping or k dimensional nearest neighbors (well in this case, 3).