This is a rather long article that is a book chapter. It is fairly inclusive and brings a lot of the concepts expressed elsewhere into one article. It tried putting in as many links as possible to clarify particular points. If you read all the links, it becomes a book, not just a chapter. Good luck getting all the way through it.
Chris Lucas "The Greek geometers could not therefore define the planar extensibility that lay outside and beyond the line of known content. Since the surface outside of the line went to infinity, you could not include it in your computation. The Greeks' concept of the geometrical, bound-area of their triangle - or their circle - lay demonstrably on only one bound-area side of the line. As a consequence of such fundamental schooling, world society became historically biased about everything.
Background Rapid Prototyping or Solid Freeform Fabrication refers to a range of new technologies which construct physical three-dimensional objects by assembling thin layers of material under computer control. Objects can be made which are extremely accurate, complex, and beautiful, and which no other technology can produce. For basic information on this rapidly evolving technology, I recommend this site or this site or search Google for new developments. Presently this is a somewhat expensive technology used mainly in high-end product design, and in research universities.
Vaastu structures are harmonically empowered allowing us to experience natural states of bliss in our daily lives. The subtle wave forms vibrate at the level of pure energy, harmonizing the human nervous system and nourishing the natural environment as well. All Vaastu architecture is purposefully designed as a singularity Point pulse generator. The sound/light pulse which is generated through such architecture transcends time and space, interacting intimately, beneficially, and harmonically to stimulate full awareness and integration of Self at all levels of Being, supporting the health, peace and growth of both nature and the human being.