Monday, March 22, 2010
3.23.2010 pm9k Lawn
A new and different way to provide data, which could be used for sets of maps, besides buildings and landscapes - encourages one to participate and experiment and try different things. This comparison opens up all sorts of possibilities - comparing the structure of 3 poems, or like Blake, 3 paintings - or landscapes, buildings, maps, anything of a set of types. Some of the three in each set seem to have some comparability, others do not - so is this a good way to organize and categorize sets? - could one use it to view and compare three Mesoamerican tripods, or stick figures, or drinking vessels? I like the controls and the simple way the buttons are placed for resizing, moving, rotating, and strength of image. Is there anything that should be added to the controls, etc?