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From:     Skreyn@???.com
Date:     Wed, 19 Oct 1994 04:38:06 -0400
Subject:  Re: Maps (3D)
Niall Hosking wrote:
>what are the chances of
>increasing the complexity (and realism) of any flow charts we make by
>making them three-dimensional?

The chances are pretty good.  I have Photoshop 2.5 at work (and have
to use the bloody thing often enough to be good at it), so adding
an extra element of color would be very easy - I could even have a
neato fade on it so it's more than a black ring (for a sphere)
sourrounded by a colored ring (indicating the "height").

All that would be necessary would be a color-key to show what
"levels" the colors indicated.  Red = 3 weeks projected into
the paper, purple = 3 weeks projected outward, etc.  Then
you'd just have to get out your Pythagorean theorem....

M-O-O-N, that spells theorem.
--
Sean K Reynolds   a.k.a. Veggie Boy  skreyn@??????.com  skreyn@???.com
"You think you're so smart, but I've seen you naked,
"I'll probably see you naked again." 'Blame it on me', BareNaked Ladies


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Maps (3D)    Skreyn@???.com    19 Oct 1994 08:38:06
Re: Maps (3D)    Niall Hosking    19 Oct 1994 09:12:36
Re: Maps (3D)    phantom@????.????.???.edu    19 Oct 1994 14:44:02
Re: Maps (3D)    Stephen Burton Mann    19 Oct 1994 22:55:26
Re: Maps (3D)    THE AVANGION OF DELPHI    20 Oct 1994 01:55:32

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