Park Circle Quilt – Interactive
|| 4/26/2007 || 12:28 pm || Comments Off on Park Circle Quilt – Interactive || ||
I took the 9,000 x 6,000 version (one half the original) of Park Circle Quilt reduced it in size one half (to 4,500 x 3,000), then doubled the width by copying the quilt (final dimensions: 9,000 x 3,000). Using the program Make Cubic I made a Quicktime Virtual Reality environment of the location. It’s about 20 megabytes so be patient while it downloads.
Park Circle Quilt
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: rendered at 18,000 X 12,000 :
Like Dupont Circle, Grant Circle, Park La Brea, and Ladd’s Addition, I’ve used another street circle for a map. I really like making these maps too. I’ve found that some of the coolest maps are the ones that have their own geometry that I am able to exploit. After scouring Los Angeles the other day I stumbled upon this small plot of land in Inglewood that has a small circle (Park Circle) with 5 streets radiating from it and decided it was good enough to remake. Similar to Dupont Circle Quilt #2, the two circles combine to create an added effect that I find interesting.
If you know of locations that have a circle and are in a large city in America (and not DC), please send me info about the location!
View the Google Map of Park Circle in Inglewood, California.