Connect the three midpoints of the edges of an acute triangle to produce a folding net for a disphenoid, which is a tetrahedron whose four triangular faces are congruent.
For a right triangle, folding the net gives a degenerate tetrahedron: a 2D rectangle with crossed diagonals.
In this Demonstration, the vertices of the disphenoid are at , and .


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