# 3D Dice

## Click/Tap the Dice to Roll

### What is a Die?

Dice are small, typically six-sided cubes that are used for generating random numbers.

Dice are typically used in board games or for generating random numbers. They can be found in different shapes and sizes. Dice are usually made of plastic, metal, or bone.

The word "die" is derived from the root word "dee," which means "to throw."

### What Are the Different Types of Dice?

Common types of dice include six-sided, eight-sided, ten-sided, and twelve-sided dice.

Six-sided dice are the most common dice. They come in many different colors and designs. Six-sided dice can also be found in five different shapes: square, triangular, round, square with rounded corners, and hexagonal. You can even find weighted six-sided dice that work well for craps games.

Ten-sided dice are also common among gamers because they have a more accurate probability distribution than the traditional six or eight-sided die. Ten-sided dice are shaped like a regular decagon (like a rectangle turned on its side).

### How Do You Roll A Die Properly?

When a die is rolled, the edges of the die must touch the surface of the table, and it needs to have a little bit of momentum to roll. Once it starts rolling, the die will stop from time to time as it bounces off from one edge to another.

Many people do not know how they should be rolling a die. Many people do not know that there is a right way and wrong way to roll a die.

### The History of Dice (& What They're Used For)

Dice are found in several cultures in the world. They come in different shapes and sizes. Additionally, they can be used for many different things, though they are most commonly used to create games.

There is some dispute over who invented dice. Some trace their history back to ancient Egypt, while others point towards China or India. The word 'dice' comes from the Latin word 'tessera' meaning “to cast lots” or “to throw dice” which implies that dice were invented before the Latin language existed.

Being able to roll a die with great accuracy is not an easy task; it often takes a lot of time and practice, so these skills have been passed down from generation to generation for centuries now.