|Octahedron with 24 deltoids|
|Cube with 24 deltoids|
The transformation between the cubeoctahedron and the rhombic dodecahedron is also exhibit with a bigger figure composed by 48 deltoids, 24 small and 24 big, from which on can also produce an unexpected rhombicubeoctahedron!
The ZOME figure at the end shows the basic idea: in green struts the cubeoctahedron, and in orange struts the rhombic dodecahedron, each is dual to the other, appearing in the same figure.
We thank Ruth Ciscar for this nice presentation.
In case you have problems to see this presentation, you can see the pictures also here.