chromapoems: Text Visualized November 8, 2014 – Posted in: Books and Technology, Content, graphic design, infographics – Tags: ,

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The latest technology to touch the textual world is Chromapoems.

Utilizing the software program, Processing, which “promotes software literacy within the visual arts and visual literacy within technology,” Lola Migas translates the text from some well known works into radial graphs.

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Each word is represented as a block within each ring. A group of blocks in a similar hue all belong in the same sentence. The more frequently an uncommon letter is used, the more saturated a block becomes, which in turn affects the hue of the sentence. A new ring signifies a line break.

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I can’t wait for the t-shirts.

Website of Lola Migas


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