Type a message into the text box, and the network will try to write it out longhand (this paper explains how it works). Be patient, it can take a while!

As you can see, the tiles overlap and interact to generate new patterns and colors. And as we’re using magical prime numbers, this pattern will not repeat for a long, long time. § Exactly how long? 29px × 37px × 53px… or 56,869px! § Now this was something of a revelation to me. I actually had to triple-check my calculations, but the math is rock solid. Remember these are tiny graphics — less than 7kb in total — yet they are generating an area of original texture of almost 57,000 pixels wide.

This package provides an essential feature to LaTeX that has been missing for too long. It adds a coffee stain to your documents. A lot of time can be saved by printing stains directly on the page rather than adding it manually.

Two.js is a two-dimensional drawing api geared towards modern web browsers. It is renderer agnostic enabling the same api to draw in multiple contexts: svg, canvas, and webgl.

This website is not designed to teach you how to use LaTeX. There is a great deal of information on that elsewhere, most of it for free. Rather, this website is designed to make LaTeX easy for the beginner as well as for the expert by providing heavily commented, easy to understand, templates for a diversity of document types. It is my hope that this website will decrease frustration, increase the use of LaTeX and provide a generally useful service to all who are interested.

A very interesting article by a guy who went and did what I have been thinking of doing myself: experimenting with using a genetic algorithm and translucent polygons to render (somewhat distorted but cool-looking) photos and other images.

Font rasterisation is, in the author’s opinion, one of the most interesting fields of computer science. If music is the subjective application of physics, then font rasterisation is almost certainly the subjective application of computer science. The purpose of this article is threefold: firstly, to provide an introduction into the various methods available to aid in the rasterisation process; secondly, to provide a critical analysis of these methods against the needs of desktop applications; and finally, to relate this analysis to free software.

Figures, in the form of bitmap images, are used extensively throughout. This is done to ensure consistent results across different platforms. Since some of the figures make use of sub-pixel rendering, this article is best viewed on an LCD screen.

p2gStereoStage™ is the world's first Flash-based Universal Stereo-3D Display System™ for the World Wide Web. Pushing Flash 10 technology to its outer limits, p2gStereoStage™ reads a plethora of audiovisual source media (3D and 2D) and processes them into coherent, high-impact, on-line shows that thrill audiences. Open the p2gStereoStage™ Gallery to get an idea of how versatile the system can be deployed.

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www.imgseek.net/home, posted 2010 by peter in ai free graphics search software

imgSeek is a collection of free open source visual similarity projects. The query (image you are looking for) can be expressed either as a rough sketch painted by the user or as another image you supply (or an image in your collection). The searching algorithm makes use of multiresolution wavelet decomposition of the query and database images.

Visualizes the HTML DOM of any web page as a graph.

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