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Using a box as the map shape is similar to planar mapping. Instead of using one texture map, box mapping uses six -- one each for the left, right, front, back, top and bottom sides of the object. To texture map the front and back sides, we eliminate the z-component of an objectís point and use the remaining x- and y-components to locate the color in the corresponding texture maps.

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