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360edo divides the octave into steps of 3 1/3 cents. Its 23-limit patent val is <360 571 836 1011 1245 1332 1471 1529 1628|.
This val tempers out the kalisma, the triaphonisma, the septendecimal bridge comma, the misty comma, hemimage, dimicomp, 2*(14/15)^10, 289/288, 352/351, 589824/588245 and 2560000000/2542277421. Its 5-limit patent val supports misty temperament, and the 7-limit patent val supports the 63&99 temperament with wedgie <<9 -36 9 -78 -11 122|| which tempers out misty but has a period of 1/9 rather than 1/3 octave. Two other seven limit temperaments it supports and also provides the optimal patent val for are 41&360 = <<11 76 51 95 50 -95|| and 12&360 = <<12 -48 -108 -104 -205 -116||; neither is very good though 41&360 has a TE badness lower than any alternative 7-limit temperament for which 360 gives the optimal patent val. Much better is degrees temperament, the 80&140 temperament, for which 360 supplies the optimal patent val in the 11-limit and which it supports and provides an excellent tuning for in the 13-limit. 360 has many proper divisors: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20, 24, 30, 36, 40, 45, 60, 72, 90, 120, 180.

360edo is used in the eyeborg, which maps its scale degrees onto color hues, thus converting color into sound waves. The device was originally intended to help colorblind individuals.