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WordSpace Posted on April 6th

A text file is read as an input and using a specific mapping technique, the words are translated into shape ideas.

Parameters extracted from the component letters of a word, is used to generate a shape. Hence different words generate different shapes. The sequence of the letters matter – two words having the same letters would produce similar volumes but will not be exact matches.

The spatial distribution of the shapes are also contingent upon the words that generate them. The first three component letters are mapped on to the coordinate axes to calculate the x,y,z translations. Also the shapes are scaled using the number of times the associated word appeared in the text.

Discrete condition.

Interacting conditions.

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