I wanted to center a square inside an triangle, but in certain attempts, I wasn't convinced that this is a good center for this type of triangle to position this square at.
So I am wondering how can I seek the good center point of it?
Here's the example.
So, I have a triangle, which I got the "centroid" out of it:
However, I wanted the square to be more in the center of the space, I guess?
So, I noticed that the top is like a rotated square and got the center out of it, then positioned the square:
However, now it was more at the top. What kind of center is this even? I don't think that this can be called "centroid" anymore, can it?
So what I did is, I measured the length inbetween the both centers and then made a point based on the half of the length:
And now I thought, that the square would fit now more in a centered place.
But what I am wondering is. Did those "calculations" of those centers even make any sense? And is it even accurate?