# How to create the awesome hexagon to entertain you Part 4

Now this is awesome, and you can make a hexaflexagon out of food! The video below shows you how to make it. (Note: ingredients may vary) https://youtu.be/GTwrVAbV56o Tasty ... I can't really describe how to make one of these, so I'll leave all the explanations to the video. https://youtu.be/Svq2Kscmmwc Back in the days ... Enjoy! … Continue reading How to create the awesome hexagon to entertain you Part 4

# How to create the awesome hexagon to entertain you Part 3

We have seen Richard Feynman and John Tukey. They are 2 of the other people who collaborated with old Arthur and Bryant. No, the Feynman diagram doesn't relate to hexaflexagons. Thank you Martin Gardner for the awesome Scientific American article. And double thank you for the awesome book Mathematical Games. It needs to be read. … Continue reading How to create the awesome hexagon to entertain you Part 3

# How to create the awesome hexagon to entertain you Part 2

Have you seen the video? Good. Now, if this is the first video you've seen about hexaflexagons, then you'll probably be like, "Who is this Bryant Tuckerman?" Who is this Bryant Tuckerman?Our readers who didn't know what Hexaflexagons are Yes, yes, thank you. Bryant Tuckerman (no, NOT Bryan) was one of the people who collaborated … Continue reading How to create the awesome hexagon to entertain you Part 2

# How to create the awesome hexagon to entertain you Part 1

Hexagons. They are 6-sided, hexagonal, and boring. HALT! HALT! Who are you?The Twelfth Doctor Well, I am the author of this post. Anyway, the hexagon's boringness depends on what kind of hexagon it is. If it is a normal paper hexagon, the hexagon is at the top, 10. For silk or sewing materials, that's a … Continue reading How to create the awesome hexagon to entertain you Part 1