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Output Eleanor Maclure Design Literacy Unit 1.1.3 Supporting Material 2


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Mount Logan, Rocky Mountains, Canada – Perspective View

Working with Colour


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Mount McKinley, Alaska, USA Perspective View

Working with Colour


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Mount McKinley, Alaska, USA View from Above

Working with Colour


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Rocky Mountains, USA

Working with Colour


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Triangle, Owyhee, Idaho

Working with Colour


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Triangle, Falls, Texas

Working with Colour


Development of Output


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Proposal for Outcome

Poster Series – Most Dynamic Patterns

1. Triangle, Falls County, Texas

2. Triangle, Erie, New York

3. Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin


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Posters

Content Content to be included on the Posters: Map Title of the map Place Name County State Zip Code Time Zone (+/- GMT) Degrees Latitude (°) Degrees Longitude (°) Height Above Sea Level in Metres (m) Type of DEM used (10m/30m) Scale or Scale Bar North Point Paragraph explaining the map and the data used to generate it

Triangle, Falls County, Texas Triangle Populated Place Zip Code 76632 County Falls State Texas (TX) Latitude (° N) 31’ 16” 53.64 Longitude (° E) -96’ 59” 23.98 Elevation (m) 108.134 Time Zone GMT -6 Scale 1:24 000 DEM Type 1/3 arc-second

Triangle, Erie, New York Triangle Populated Place Zip Code 14220 County Erie State New York (NY) Latitude (° N) 42’ 51” 13.54 Longitude (° E) -78’ 49” 42.07 Elevation (m) 178.238 Time Zone GMT -5 Scale 1:24 000 DEM Type 1/3 arc-second

Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Triangle Populated Place Zip Code 53205 County Milwaukee State Wisconsin (WI) Latitude (° N) 43’ 03” 17.73 Longitude (° E) -87’ 56” 02.73 Elevation (m) 206.596 Time Zone GMT -6 Scale 1:24 000 DEM Type 1 arc-second

Text for the Poster to Explain the Map: This map represents an aerial view of Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin showing the terrain as a Triangulated Irregular Network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The data for the USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM). This was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 30m or every 1 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.


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Posters

Colours Fluorescent and Bright Colours Brightness by height above sea level. Eg Brightest colour – fluorescent yellow is used for the place with the highest elevation. Complimented by a metallic silver to enhance contrast. Non process colours achieved by screenprinting posters. Place

Height Above Sea Level (m)

Colour

Pantone Swatch

7 Triangle Owyhee Idaho

1563.374 m

Fluorescent Yellow

803 C

9 Triangle Broome New York

325.834 m

Fluorescent Orange

804 C

4 Triangle Lincoln North Carolina

250.975 m

Fluorescent Green

802 C

3 Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin

206.596 m

Fluorescent Pink

805 C

2 Triangle Buffalo New York

178.238 m

Fluorescent Red

1 Triangle Falls Texas

108.134 m

Cyan

10 Triangle Bryan Texas

100.297 m

Magenta

8 Triangle Durham North Carolina

81.119 m

Lime

809 C

6 Triangle Prince William Virginia

30.184 m

Teal

808 C

5 Triangle Goulding Florida

18.386 m

Purple

807 C

801 C


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Unit 1.1.3 Output

Posters

Display Typefaces for Poster Titles

Bifurk

Abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxyz Black Boton

Abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxyz


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Posters

Display Typefaces for Poster Titles

Block

Abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxyz Braggadocio

Abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxyz


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Posters

Display Typefaces for Poster Titles

Chainsaw Geometric

ABCDEFGHIJKLM NOPQRSTUVWXYZ Dubtronic

Abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxyz


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Posters

Display Typefaces for Poster Titles

Geist KNT

ABCDEFGHIJKLM NOPQRSTUVWXYZ Lot

Abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxyz


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Unit 1.1.3 Output

Posters

Display Typefaces for Poster Titles

Moo!

Abc defghijklm nopqrstuvwxyz Pacmania

Abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxyz


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Unit 1.1.3 Output

Posters

Display Typefaces for Poster Titles

Sinaloa

Abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxyz Adaptations to Black Boton


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Posters

Typeface Comparisons

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Buffalo New York Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Buffalo New York Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Buffalo New York Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Buffalo New York Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Buffalo New York Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Bu ffalo N ew York Triangle Milwau kee Wisconsin

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Buffalo New York Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Buffalo New York Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Buffalo New York Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Buffalo New York Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Buffalo New York Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin


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Posters

Titles of Posters

Triangle Falls Texas Triangle Buffalo New York Triangle Milwaukee Wisconsin Triangle Lincoln North Carolina Triangle Goulding Florida Triangle Prince William Virginia Triangle Ow yhee Idaho Triangle Durham North Carolina Triangle Broome New York Triangle Bryan Texas Titles of Posters in Adapted Typeface


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Initial Ideas for Posters

Poster Iterations


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Initial Ideas for Posters

Poster Iterations


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Development of Layout for Posters

Poster Iterations


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Development of Layout for Posters

Poster Iterations


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Poster Iterations

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Introducing Colour and Additional Information

Triangle Falls Texas

Triangle Zip Code County State

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX)

Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone

31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

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The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

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Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Reversing Out Map and Colours

Poster Iterations


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Poster Iterations

Further Refinement of Layout

Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

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The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days.

Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format.

to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format.

to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique

The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days.

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format.

to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique

The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days.


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Poster Iterations

Refinement of Colourways and Combinations

Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

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The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days.

Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format.

to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

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The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days.

Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format.

to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format.

to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique

The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days.

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique

to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -7 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map is a triangulated irregular network (TIN) showing the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas and the surrounding area by USGS quad. The original data was acquired online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format.

to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique

The elevational data was acquired as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS 99 mission on February 11th 2000, which lastest 11 days.


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Poster Iterations

Application of Layout to Other Posters

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -6 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

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The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -6 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 14220 Erie New York (NY) 42’ 51” 13.54 -78’ 49” 42.07 178.238 GMT -5 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Erie, New York as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

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The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -6 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 14220 Erie New York (NY) 42’ 51” 13.54 -78’ 49” 42.07 178.238 GMT -5 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Erie, New York as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude.

The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

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This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 14220 Erie New York (NY) 42’ 51” 13.54 -78’ 49” 42.07 178.238 GMT -5 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Erie, New York as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Poster Iterations

Application of Layout to Other Posters

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 53205 Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI) 43’ 03” 17.73 -87’ 56” 02.73 206.596 GMT -6 1:24 000 1 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 53205 Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI) 43’ 03” 17.73 -87’ 56” 02.73 206.596 GMT -6 1:24 000 1 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 53205 Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI) 43’ 03” 17.73 -87’ 56” 02.73 206.596 GMT -6 1:24 000 1 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.


Final Output


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Poster Final Proposals

Final Poster Proposal – Triangle, Falls County, Texas

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -6 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Falls County, Texas as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Poster Final Proposals

Final Poster Proposal – Triangle, Erie, New York

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 14220 Erie New York (NY) 42’ 51” 13.54 -78’ 49” 42.07 178.238 GMT -5 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Erie, New York as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Poster Final Proposals

Final Poster Proposal – Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 53205 Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI) 43’ 03” 17.73 -87’ 56” 02.73 206.596 GMT -6 1:24 000 1 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of the terrain of Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin as a triangulated irregular network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The for the data USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) and was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000.

Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arc-second = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.


Design Literacy

Poster Final Proposals

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Final Proposals as Positives for Screenprinting

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 76632 Falls Texas (TX) 31’ 16” 53.64 -96’ 59” 23.98 108.134 GMT -6 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of Triangle, Falls County, Texas, showing the terrain as a Triangulated Irregular Network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The data for the USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM). This was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arcsecond = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 14220 Erie New York (NY) 42’ 51” 13.54 -78’ 49” 42.07 178.238 GMT -5 1:24 000 1/3 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of Triangle, Erie, New York, showing the terrain as a Triangulated Irregular Network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The data for the USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM). This was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 10m or every 1/3 arc-second. 1 arcsecond = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.

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Triangle Zip Code County State Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elevation (m) Time Zone Scale DEM Type

Populated Place 53205 Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI) 43’ 03” 17.73 -87’ 56” 02.73 206.596 GMT -6 1:24 000 1 arc-second

This map represents an aerial view of Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin showing the terrain as a Triangulated Irregular Network (TIN). The data used to generate it was accessed online from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) as a Spatial Data Transfer Standard (STDS) Digital Elevation Model (DEM). USGS DEM data files are used to represent cartographic information in a raster format. Elevations are in metres (m) based relative to the local mean sea level in Hawaii and Puerto Rico and National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD 29). This is based on the sea level datum of 1929 and was established for vertical control surveying in the USA by the General Adjustment of 1929.

The area covered in this map is defined as a USGS topographical quadrangle, from the 1:24 000 series, a scale virtually unique to the USA. It covers an area 7.5 x 7.5 minutes which equates to between 49 and 71 square miles, dependant on latitude. The data for the USGS was captured as part of NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM). This was the main objective for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s 11 day STS 99 mission in February 2000. The elevation measurements to create the 3D terrain data were taken every 30m or every 1 arc-second. 1 arcsecond = 1/60 of 1 arc-minute or 1/1296000 of a circle. At sea level this equates to approximately 30m with 1 arc-minute being a nautical mile or approximately 1.86km.


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Falls County, Texas

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Falls County, Texas

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Falls County, Texas

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Falls County, Texas

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Erie, New York

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Erie, New York

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Erie, New York

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Erie, New York

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Experiments with Colour

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Experiments with Colour

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Experiments with Colour

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Triangle, Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Experiments with Colour

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Further Experiments with Process and Colour

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Further Experiments with Process and Colour

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Further Experiments with Process and Colour

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Further Experiments with Process and Colour

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Further Experiments with Process and Colour

Printed Posters


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Further Experiments with Process and Colour

Printed Posters


Bibilography


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Bibliography

Bibliography Books FAWCETT-TANG, R. (ed), (2005). Mapping: An illustrated guide to graphical navigational systems. Hove : Rotovision HARMON, K. (ed), (2004). You Are Here: Personal geographies and other maps of the imagination. New York : Princeton Architectural Press Klanten, R. et al (eds), (2008). Data Flow. Berlin : Gestalten Klanten, R. et al (eds), (2010). Data Flow 2. Berlin : Gestalten NOBLE, I. & BESTLEY, R. (2005). Visual Research: An introduction to research methodologies in graphic design. Lausanne : AVA Publishing VAN SUSTEREN, A., (2005). Metropolitan World Atlas. Rotterdam : 010 Publishers

Websites Lace Making http://gwydir.demon.co.uk/jo/lace/ http://gwydir.demon.co.uk/jo/lace/stitches.htm http://gwydir.demon.co.uk/jo/lace/othergr.htm http://gwydir.demon.co.uk/jo/lace/begin.htm http://gwydir.demon.co.uk/jo/lace/zigzag.htm http://gwydir.demon.co.uk/jo/lace/wavy.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lace http://paternoster.orpheusweb.co.uk/lace/lace.html String Patterns http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pattern_matching Mountains http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Summits http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Seven%2BSummits%2BElevation%2BWorld%2BMap.png http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocky_Mountains http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andes http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aconcagua http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Himalayas http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Everest


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Unit 1.1.3 Output

Bibliography

Bibliography Contours http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/oswebsite/ http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/oswebsite/opendata/ https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/opendatadownload/products.html http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/oswebsite/gps/docs/A_Guide_to_Coordinate_Systems_in_Great_Britain.pdf TIN Data http://www.landscapemodeling.org/html/ch2/ch2text.htm http://edc2.usgs.gov/geodata/index.php http://www.mapmart.com/Products/DigitalElevationModel.aspx http://www.viewfinderpanoramas.org/dem3.html#alps http://eros.usgs.gov/#/Find_Data/Products_and_Data_Available/Elevation_Products http://seamless.usgs.gov/ http://seamless.usgs.gov/website/seamless/viewer.htm?startbottom=5.0&starttop=85.0&startleft=-170&startright=60.0&limitbottom=-85.0&limittop=85.0&limitleft=-179.5&limitright=179.5 http://srtm.csi.cgiar.org/ http://www.atdi-us.com/ http://www.geobase.ca/geobase/en/find.do?produit=cded http://www.geobase.ca/geobase/en/browse.do?produit=cded&decoupage=50k&map=canada http://topomaps.usgs.gov/ Sketch Up http://www.pushpullbar.com/forums/showthread.php?1316-2-tutorials-for-SU-video-and-terrain http://chrisfullmer.com/tutorials/sudem/index.html Triangles in the USA http://maps.google.co.uk/ Google Earth http://usa.indettaglio.it/eng/48/145/1380674.html http://www.timetemperature.com http://www.hmmm.ip3.co.uk/longitude-latitude/us-zipcode.shtml Conversions http://www.convertunits.com/from/feet/to/metres http://www.fcc.gov/mb/audio/bickel/DDDMMSS-decimal.html


Design Literacy

Unit 1.1.3 Output

Bibliography

Bibliography Mapping http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triangulated_irregular_network http://www.ian-ko.com/resources/triangulated_irregular_network.htm http://www.usgs.gov/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Geological_Survey http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_National_Map http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Topographic_map#United_States http://mcmcweb.er.usgs.gov/sdts/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_elevation_model http://egsc.usgs.gov/isb/pubs/booklets/usgsmaps/usgsmaps.html#7.5-minute http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_Level_Datum_of_1929 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_Vertical_Datum_of_1988 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_Datum http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shuttle_Radar_Topography_Mission http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quadrilateral http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minute_of_arc Typefaces http://www.pvmgarage.com/2009/07/25-free-blocky-fonts-ideal-for-logo-and-poster-design/



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