Take volumetric data (i.e., f(x,y,z)) in a cube, then tile it across space as a cubic honeycomb. Slice through the honeycomb with a plane of irrational slope, and draw on the plane the data where it intersects (and draw the cube edges). Because the slope is irrational, the plane will eventually pass near every point in the cube.

Probably silver ratio is useful the way golden ratio would be a good slope of a line.

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