What I did with Rev last night

Devin Asay devin_asay at byu.edu
Thu Jul 5 12:44:50 EDT 2007

It's fascinating hearing how people use Rev to solve little problems.

A couple of years ago my wife was researching art prints to hang on a  
large, bare, oddly-shaped wall in a stairway in our home. She was  
having trouble visualizing how the prints would look hanging on the  
wall, so I whipped up a Rev stack that showed a polygon of the same  
shape and relative dimensions of the wall, and gave her a palette of  
image objects that represented the relative sizes of the prints  
available. The stack would read in sample images she downloaded and  
display them in the image objects. She was able to see how different  
combinations of prints would look on the wall. She loved it, and  
finally settled on a large, framed reproduction of Monet's Garden at  


Devin Asay
Humanities Technology and Research Support Center
Brigham Young University

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