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Sorry Keiwan, no insult intended. There seems to be a flaw in my Android VR implementation. I get differebt readings every time I "walk" a flight of stairs, up or down. Even when using a tripod and a protractor. 

My mistake. 

How were you planning to deal with the mirrors mentioned in the text? 

And how many books per board are you assuming? 32 or the 30 mentioned later in the text?

What is your opinion on the toilet and sleeping cupboards? The current beehive setup gives two of each per cell. A bit much considering that 1 librarian is in charge of three cells. 

Btw. I use Wolfram for the calculations, it neatly handles large numbers. 

It seems, at least using virtual reality, that the angle of rotation of the staircase between two stories is 90 degrees. If you design the library as a tessalation of space with repeating hexagonal pillars - as the sim implies when looking up and down the shafts, you will face a wall when reaching the top or bottom of a flight of stairs.

I would suggest an angle of 60 degrees rotation. This way, every cell on a floor can be reached from every othe cell by climbing and descending stairs for one flight.

With most other angles parallel rows on the same floor cannot be reached. 

If 90 degrees is preferred, all planes must be rotated by 30 (90 or 270) degrees against eachother, changing the look of the shafts. 

Did you know, that there exists one room that is filled with only 385 books in the complete library (number of books modulo 640). Perhaps the reception area? 

I stumbled over a large fire in one of the rooms - as if somebody was trying to burn down the library. I tried to put it out by pressing several keys and even by standing in the flames. Of no avail. 

The flames are visible from other rooms, too. 

Judging by the charred appearance of the librarians, I also speculated whether this was the birth, the death or even the initiation of these. 

Could it be, that this is the infamous and fiery "easter egg"?  Making the Library of Babel share the fate of the Library of Alexandria?