BC: TThe above is a snapshot from the extremely popular "indie game" minecraft. Minecraft is a game where you build whatever you want with blocks (the picture at the front cover of this scrapbook is the "creeper" from minecraft, which is supposedly the developer's first attempt at creating a pig). You can obviously see that everything is cubic in the snapshot below, and can easily see how new objects have been created with multiple blocks put together. If minecraft does not relate to geometry, I do not know what does.
FC: Geometry scrap book -Joseph Bo Hodge
1: candy bar length 4cm | Candy bar width:2cm | Triangle: 4cm all around
2: If these joints are not parallel they cause the afflicted bones to bend, as shown in the picture on the left. | If the tracks on the left were not parallel, transportation would yield...interesting results.
3: Very interesting results, for your information post script: Picture is from "Romantically Apocalyptic"
4: The Twin Towers, other than the rod protruding from the left tower's top, this towers were identical. Interestingly, if the towers were not congruent, the towers would not been a noticeable target for terrorist and would have likely been ignored.
5: As you can see, from this angle the pair of dice shown do not look exactly alike. Surprisingly enough, the dice are congruent. One of them is just turned differently. If the dice were not congruent, then they are rigged; and illegal in professional play.
6: Example one of a symmetrical logo | Example two, go figure.
7: This candle represents a cylinder | The party hat (disregarding any straps) represents a cone | A paper pyramid, represents...well...a pyramid. | Below is Rainbow Dash coming out of a prism. Ponies are real, don't question it.