# DMesh, Triangulation Image Generator

Social Network Analysis After learning the basics of R, I decided to learn something harder last week. I picked Social Network Analysis (SNA) to learn the concepts of SNA and R. My primary interest in SNA is visual exploration of networks, so I needed to find a tool first. Which tool to use for visual SNA? Features needed: 1) graphical representation of network 2) visually navigate the graph (zoom in/out, drag) to explore large graphs 3) manipulate the graph (filter nodes, edit/delete/group nodes and same for edges) 4) free, preferably open source. I found out that R has good libraries like SNA (checkout Drew Conway's tutorial) and iGraph (see this tutorial) for social network analysis. So I continued my hunt for a good tool for visual SNA and discovered Gephis, an open source app for visual exploration. WARNING: SNA with Gephis is addictive. After you download Gephi, checkout Gephi quick start guide to get your bearings. Gephi Features Tour from gephi on Vimeo. Web rendition of these graphs is also possible.

Dummy Image Generator | fine placeholder images for web designers DMesh Pro Create amazing geometric illustrations using Photoshop | Illustration In this Photoshop tutorial I'm going to show you how you can take any image and use it as the basis for something cleaner and more stripped down. Fully rendered images, with realistic light, shadow and texture, are great and have their place but sometimes it's nice to get back to bare bones and treat an image more as a graphic than anything else. Apart from being fun and therapeutic it can also aid understanding of form and structure. Here, we're going to create the iconic image from the Jaws movie poster in flat polygons using Photoshop. 01. First up you need to decide what your subject matter is going to be. Open Photoshop and create a new document. Creating the sea To create the sea add a new layer behind your reference image and create a new gradient. Use the polygon lasso to cut straight-edged waves from the top of the sea, roughly following the horizon. 02. Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+N to create a new layer and use the lasso to draw out the jaw shape. Continue to use the same process 03.

Waters Waters è un lavoro in corso. La selezione contiene immagini provenienti da Thailandia, Germania, Italia, Ungheria, Stati Uniti, Tunisia e Turchia. Attratto dall’acqua, nei suoi primi lavori fotografici Ákos Maggiore cerca gli orizzonti infiniti e la calma di mari e laghi. Successivamente il suo interesse si è rivolto verso l’osservazione di come la presenza umana cambia queste acque. In apertura: Ákos Major, Blue Legacy, Istanbul, Turchia 2013. Ákos Major, Walking the dog, San Francisco, CA, USA 2013 Ákos Major (b. 1974, Ungheria) si è diplomato nel 2001 alla Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design (MOME) di Budapest, Ungheria, in Comunicazione Visiva.