The infinite-order triangular tiling is a regular paracompact hyperbolic tiling formed from triangles joining infinitely many to a vertex.
All of the vertices of an infinite-order triangular tiling are ideal points. In the Poincaré disk model, a conformal projection of the hyperbolic plane to the unit disk, the ideal points are points located on the boundary circle of the disk.
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Trigonal dihedron | Tetrahedron | Octahedron | Icosahedron | Triangular tiling | Order-7 triangular tiling | Order-8 triangular tiling | ... | Infinite-order triangular tiling | Imaginary-order triangular tiling |
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