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Platonic solids are polyhedrons which are convex and have all the vertices and faces of the same type. There are only five such objects, which form the first five choices of this operation.
The Utah Teapot has a long history in Computer Graphics which has led to it being nominated as the sixth Platonic Solid.
The geometry created by this node is not "solid" in the sense of a solid modeler.
Placing Platonic Solids
Place the platonic solid anywhere in the scene
Place the platonic solid at the origin
What sort of platonic solid to generate.
The up direction for the solid.
How much to scale the default unit sized platonic solid.
The initial location of the solid in space.