### PySoy: Box Subdivision

**completed by**: Samuel Kim

**mentors**: Amaury Medeiros, Arc Riley, Tony Young, David Czech, Mayank Singh

Currently `soy.bodies.Box`

renders 6 flat faces, each made of 4
verticies making 2 triangles. Change this to support subdivision based on size
such that larger box faces have more triangles as follows:

Note that the subdivision needs to be dimension-independent; if (1, 1) is the smallest size with 4 faces, then a (4, 1) should have 16 faces. Texcoords (starting at (pi*radius/4) and ending at 1-(pi*radius/4)) need to be divided and distributed evenly, while normals and tangents will remain the same as these sides are all flat.

The reason for this subdivision is for better specular lighting and other per-vertex calculations.

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