Let's say I have a D-dimensional sphere with a radius R. I want to plot N number of points evenly distributed (equidistant apart from each other) on the surface of the sphere. It doesn't matter where those points are exactly, just that they are ROUGHLY equidistant from each other. How would I do this?
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If $N \le D + 1$ all points must be located on $N-1$ dimension equilateral triangle.
So, I thought today at this problem and invented method, contains following steps: