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Aperiodic tiles Penrose P1
The tilings of Roger Penrose P2 and P3 are the best known because they only consist of 2 tiles and in addition are deformable. Here is the P1 first discovered in 1974 and which has 6 tiles.
Figurative aperiodic tiles, of course, are difficult to design. This tiling requires distributing on the tiles: 22 identical any edges, 10 identical rotary edges and 4 identical symmetrical edges!