A selection of articles related to diagonal polygons.
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- Enochian Temples: The Lower Temple
- The previous sections dealt with the Temple primarily in its relation to the macrocosmic world. The Servient squares were considered only in their formation as the floor, and were largely ignored otherwise. But they can also be grouped to form altars of the...
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- Enochian Temples
- Constructing Enochian Temples During the six months beginning November, 1985, I was involved in an extended exploration of the Enochian Tablet of Earth. There was no purpose to the work other than tourism - I merely wanted to see what was there and record it...
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- Perfect and Unrehearsed
- The man's head and left arm form a diagonal; a rectangle set off from this diagonal would contain the main action of the photograph. In the background are other crosses. Even the streetlamp is a half-finished cross.
- Frank Stella at the Whitney – from impassive abstraction to riotous baroque
- They were his first forays into a career-long obsession with diagonal, twisted, or otherwise irregular canvas shapes. Stella's supports are as important as his surfaces.
- Paul Reed (1919–2015)
- By 1967, he was liberated from the rectangular format; bold, diagonal rays of color exploded against the edges of irregular quadrilaterals and other polygons. Paul Reed, Barcelona #4, 1965, acrylic on canvas, 60 x 72".
- Hands on: iPad Pro with Apple Pencil
- The most obvious characteristic of the new iPad Pro is its 12.9 inch (32.8 cm) diagonal Retina display, featuring a 2732x2048 resolution at 264 pixels per inch.
- Jump Point Search: Fast A* Pathfinding for Uniform Cost Grids
- Traveling a rectangle horizontally or vertically has a distance of 1, traveling diagonally to a neighbour has length sqrt(2). (The code uses 10/2 and 14/2 as relative approximation.
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