Hello polymath614 could you check #124 please.
Your comments are very welcome and I would be delighted to work with you to create a logo for Polymath Computer Solutions that is conducive with your aspirations.
#75 - I thought about the name PolyMath, which is used to describe a person with many sides and abilities. In math 'poly' is used to describe polygons. To differentiate sides and abilities, I turned to 3D. And later 4D, using a 'HyperCube', a tesseract, as company icon. This offsets into the fourth dimension, the unknown, which also characterizes a PolyMath when merging various capabilites = Innovation.
The color version may seem dull, but the story to the color is this: XYZ coordinates are usually depicted with RGB colors. A total harmony between these colors is a greay-scale. When adding the fourth dimension, W, it is using yellow. So adding 50% yellow to a 50% greyscale gives this greenish tone. Voila!