The Icosahedron

In case you only need a little teaser for your website, we will be happy to implement it as an interactive component. Upon request, we can forego ballast and external libraries so that you get a nice package that is easy and umcomplicated to incorporate and that will give your presence the finishing touch.

The Hans-Riegel-Stiftung (Hans Riegel Foundation) utilises modern technologies in order to provide orientation in the working world of tomorrow to students. To do that, our web component explains the function of the icosahedron every participant has received to explore the TouchTomorrow-Truck technologies.

All that functions without external libraries or other dependencies and makes integration into the website simple. To remain as downward compatible as possible, we have pre-rendered all images, but in order to be able to correctly display hotspots, the scene was generated in 3D nonetheless and the positions have been calculated correctly.

How do I get an ICO?

You will get your ICO when you first visit the TouchTomorrow-Truck.

Where does the name ICO come from?

ICO is short for icosahedron. The name means "twenty", because the ICO consists of twenty equiliteral triangles.

What does ICO have to do with MINT?

The ICO has to do with almost all MINT subjects - the geometrical body appears in mathematics, biology and cluster physics.

How do I log in with the ICO?

The ICO is capable of wireless. Download the free app and you can log in to the portal using the ICO button.

Why is the ICO so unique?

The ICO gives you access to topics in the MINT area. Or find your smartphone, if you have misplaced it at home.