Category Archives: Imagery
A fine piece of visualisation here. Jessica’s blog is one I read everyday.
I like tag clouds and have just found Wordle – a playful service for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. It’s not a development of rocket science proportions – but what I like about it, is the ability […]
I really like Photojojo. They sent me an enewsletter today and the contents were startling, and instantly share-able. Quite rightly Photojojo reminded me that the great thing about photography is that it can preserve moments that are never repeated. Like Jack Radcliffe’s photo series that chronicles his daughter’s life in 30-odd photographs from childhood through […]
The first time I saw seam carving in action, I thought it was an optical illusion. It isn’t. Back 1 month ago it was a proof of concept. Now you can finally use seam carving on your own images! First, a quick summary of the technique: Typically, when you resize a photo, you just make […]