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A hexagon is a polygon with 6 sides. By extension, it can also mean:
- Qualcomm Hexagon, a digital signal processor (DSP) developed by Qualcomm
- The hexagonal (crystal system) for crystallographic or mineralogic uses
- The Hexagon (l' Hexagone) is an epithet of Metropolitan France, owing to the shape of its European mainland. A regular hexagon is depicted on France's one- and two-euro coins
- Hexagone is a song by Renaud, where he discusses the disgust he feels for France
- KH-9 Hexagon was a USAF reconnaissance satellite
- The Hexagon is the name of a theatre in Reading, Berkshire, England
- The Hexagon is the name of the national military headquarters in Batman (TV series); compare with The Pentagon
- Hexagon AB is a global industrial technology group developing Hydraulics, Moulding tools (manufacture Metals, Key Components), Metrology, Rubber products
- Exagon Engineering is a French auto racing team
- Hexagon Theatre (KwaZulu-Natal) is a theatre in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
- Hexagon (comedy show) is a non-profit theater company in Washington, DC that produces an annual musical political satirical review to benefit charity
- Hexagon (software) is a 3D modeling application owned by DAZ Productions
- HEXAGON (optical software) is a proprietary optical design and analysis software application
- "Hexagonal" is sometimes used to refer to the final round of FIFA World Cup qualification in the CONCACAF region (North and Central America and the Caribbean), which has involved six national teams since the 1998 qualification cycle
- Hexagonal Architecture in informatics is an advanced architecture to structure a software application
- Hexagon Comics, a French comic-book publisher whose characters include a group of super-heroes also called Hexagon
- Hexagon, a browser-based video game by Terry Cavanagh, later expanded into the full game Super Hexagon.
- Saturn's hexagon, a consistent hexagonal cloud pattern at the north pole of Saturn.
- Hexagonal (album) - Leessang album
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