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==Punkt==
 
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<h1>Braille</h1>
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===Braille===
 
Braille is a writing system used by the blind. The letters consist of six dots organized in two columns of three points. What is special about Braille is that it is a 6 bit system. This means that it is close to how computers process text. Being a digital system created by a human for humans Braille connects the different ways humans and computers store and process information.
 
Braille is a writing system used by the blind. The letters consist of six dots organized in two columns of three points. What is special about Braille is that it is a 6 bit system. This means that it is close to how computers process text. Being a digital system created by a human for humans Braille connects the different ways humans and computers store and process information.
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*Braille with text input [https://dl.dropbox.com/u/450977/BrailleTextInput2.html]
 
*Braille with text input [https://dl.dropbox.com/u/450977/BrailleTextInput2.html]
 
*Braille dot keywords [https://dl.dropbox.com/u/450977/BrailleScroll.html]
 
*Braille dot keywords [https://dl.dropbox.com/u/450977/BrailleScroll.html]
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==Linie==
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===Mood Lines===
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Depending on its form and direction a line can be more or less calm, energetic or even aggressive. The mood lines are a graphic visualization of the mood entered by the user. This way a picture of a persons mood can be generated over a period of time.
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*Moodlines with text input [https://dl.dropbox.com/u/450977/MoodLines/MoodLines.html]
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*Twitter Moodlines [https://dl.dropbox.com/u/450977/MoodLines/TwitterLinien.html]
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''Twitter library by [https://github.com/processing-js/processing-mobile/tree/master/examples/twitter processing.js]''
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''Line design inspired by [http://www.openprocessing.org/sketch/716 Matt Richard]''

Revision as of 09:36, 6 November 2012

Punkt

Braille

Braille is a writing system used by the blind. The letters consist of six dots organized in two columns of three points. What is special about Braille is that it is a 6 bit system. This means that it is close to how computers process text. Being a digital system created by a human for humans Braille connects the different ways humans and computers store and process information.


  • Braille with text input [1]
  • Braille dot keywords [2]

Linie

Mood Lines

Depending on its form and direction a line can be more or less calm, energetic or even aggressive. The mood lines are a graphic visualization of the mood entered by the user. This way a picture of a persons mood can be generated over a period of time.


  • Moodlines with text input [3]
  • Twitter Moodlines [4]

Twitter library by processing.js Line design inspired by Matt Richard