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Mountain Moon Volcano

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Can a comic still work in 3D? I don't know, but this website is a step towards finding out. Have an explore, have a laugh and have a good time!


Aerotwist - Poly Maker

When I designed the site I designed some low poly shapes for the blog. Obviously for the design I did them by hand, but I knew I wanted them to be generative in the final version. So when I was at a loose end on a trip to Mountain View (visiting the Google Mothership, for the lolz) I took a day out to create the requisite chunk of code.


javascript - How to draw straight lines inside google map polygon - Stack Overflow

I have created a google map using google map javascript API V3. I am drawing number of zipcode polygons. The polygons are of different colors depending upon some condition. Now I want to draw straight lines/ hash marks inside some of the polygons depending upon certain criteria. How can we do it. Below is the code which I have written for drawing the polygons.

Tool for Google Maps v3 (version 3)

This application is also available with Large map. This is a drawing tool for polyline, polygon, polygon with holes, rectangle, circle, marker(icon), direction(route, path). This application uses the Google Maps API Version 3 (V3). It has all the features of Google Maps MyMaps and has direct access to the code for the shapes (overlays) you create. It should be a full-fledged alternative. You draw and create a map with the shapes you want. KML or Javascript code is presented in the textarea. You copy KML code and paste it into a text editor. Then you have a KML file you may upload to your website. This application should now also serve as a mature alternative to my online V2 tool Digitizer tool

Hot Pop Factory - 3D Printed Jewelry

For us, process is at the heart of it all. The idea of Iteration has been instilled in our brains since first year architecture school. With Hot Pop Factory, we are applying the same philosophies to a smaller scale - jewelry. For all the ideas that were too complex, expensive, impractical or just too wild to construct into buildings, we want to make into 3D Printed wearable ART.

DMesh, Triangulation Image Generator

DMesh, designed by Dofl Y.H. Yun, is a custom creative application that turns images into techy artwork. It works by analyzing an image and generating a triangulation pattern for a beautiful finished product. To build the program, Dofl employed a groundbreaking mix of computer vision technologies to make DMesh for someone without any design background.


Papercraft Self Portrait - Art Portfolio for Eric Testroete

Papercraft Self Portrait - 2009 I made this as my costume for Halloween 2009. It was kind of inspired by big-head mode seen in videogames. I really wanted to get the faceted geosphere look with wireframe.

Low-Poly Experiments in Illustration and Design by Tim Reynolds |

Tim Reynolds is a 3D illustrator and designer living and working in Milwaukee. He continually experiments in low-poly illustrations (both isometric and non-isometric) . His series of environments and objects are quite lovely, with exaggerated and almost magical plays of light and shadow and a great mix of texture. Take a look ↓

Delaunay Image Triangulation Brush | creatogether

The Delaunay Image Triangulation Brush for Adobe Illustrator creates colored triangles from user-created points and an underlying image. In order to run the script inside Illustrator, you need to install the Scriptographer plugin.

Jonathan Puckey - Delaunay Raster

The Delaunay Raster is an original graphical process I invented in 2008, to create abstracted versions of images using the Delaunay Triangulation, color averaging and hand assisted placement of points. Delaunay Raster was developed using Scriptographer and color averaging by Jurg Lehni. - Boxes Flow

The tool generates a line made of three-sided or four-sided polygons. If you select a raster image, the tool will draw the path using the image's colors. A nice and quick tool to write and draw.

Poly™ for iPad on the iTunes App Store

This project is inspired by the Triangulation invented by the mathematician Boris Delaunay in 1934. While the process behind is complicated, the result reduce an image to its essentials, creating the illusions of triangles, prisms and pyramids.

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