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Google Maps JavaScript API V3 Reference - Google Maps JavaScript API v3. Experimental Version Last updated Monday, March 16, 2015 Welcome to the reference for the experimental release of the Google JavaScript Maps API V3.

Google Maps JavaScript API V3 Reference - Google Maps JavaScript API v3

This reference is kept up-to-date with the latest changes to the API. Please consult the Javascript Maps API V3 Changelog for information on what's new in each release. Reference Table of Contents Map Controls Data Overlays Services.


Gimp. Jahshaka. ReInventing Hollywood Jahshaka is bringing you the future of immersive digital content creation.


It delivers a media management and playback platform the is accentuated by compositing, editing and effects modules. Jahshaka is free software, developed as an open source project under the GPL licence, and is designed to be compiled for Windows, OsX and many distributions of Linux. Core Jahshaka Features 2D and 3D animation & compositingMedia and asset management2D and 3D playbackColour CorrectionEditing & Effects Support Jahshaka. Imgv image viewer Screen shots. How to Make GIMP Work More Like Photoshop. Avidemux - Main Page. Apache OpenOffice Draw. The powerful graphics package Draw - from a quick sketch to a complex plan, Draw gives you the tools to communicate with graphics and diagrams.

Apache OpenOffice Draw

With a maximum page size of 300cm by 300cm, Draw is powerful tool for technical or general posters, etc. 'Park' your most commonly used drawing tools around your screen ready for single-click access. Use Styles and Formatting to put all your graphics styles at your finger tips. Manipulate objects, rotate in two or three dimensions; the 3D controller puts spheres, rings, cubes, etc. at your disposal. Arrange objects : group, ungroup, regroup, and edit objects while grouped. Smart connectors make short work of flowcharts, organization charts, network diagrams, etc. Dimension lines automatically calculate and display linear dimensions as you draw. Use the picture Gallery for clipart; create your own art and add it to the Gallery.

Save your graphics in OpenDocument format, the new international standard for office documents.


Luxrender. Archicad. Rhino. Illustrator. Indesign. AutoCAD. MIR. 3ds max. Vray. Photoshop. Interoperable Geometry (Part 2): Spline Control. Simple things matter in the world of 3D modeling and BIM...

Interoperable Geometry (Part 2): Spline Control

For the foreseeable future, designers and engineers will be using a variety of different tools to meet their needs so it is important to understand the fundamental differences in the tools. Many questions arose from the past post on how to resolve the differences in the spline interpolation algorithms used between Rhino and Revit. When a user draws an interpolated curve in Rhino, the user specifies the Greville points (or "edit points") to produce a NURBS curve representation. When a user draw a Spline in Revit (using Curve by Points), Revit will use a Hermite spline interpolation algorithm to draw the curve. Revit also uses this same Hermite spline algorithm for representing imported splines from programs such as AutoCAD.

The next version of CASE's Import OpenNURBS Add-in implements a technique for producing accurate curve translations between Rhino and Revit. Here is a graphic example of that process...

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PARAMETRIC MODELING. PROCESSING. The Professional Designer's Guide to using Black. The aim of this article is to document every conceivable type of black that is destined for print and web.

The Professional Designer's Guide to using Black

It is my aim that if you are a designer, you can find some information here that you didn’t know―and if you are learning about design, I hope you can educate yourself from this post… ★★★★★ Like this type of article? Why not subscribe for Free via RSS or Email. There are 3 Parts in the article: One: The Different Blacks Two: Using Black Three: Misuse of Black Note: Some of the examples I have used in the article are not accurate color-representations, as the images refer to CMYK color-tones for print.

In this article I will be using the USA spelling of ‘color‘, as opposed to colour. Part One: The Different Blacks RGB Black | R/0 G/0 B/0 : This black represents zero RGB light―and therefore ‘black’. When to use: For all on-screen, web and online PDF use. When to use: This is the default PhotoShop® Black. When to use: There are plenty of variants in this colour mix.