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Planar Map

A planar map is a method for encoding a topographical map into a single plane. A planar map subdivides the plane into vertices, edges, and faces, which undergo certain rules to ensure they cannot sink any lower into the surface of the object, than the original plane.

In this way, additional detail can be rendered on an object visually, without affecting functions such as collision detection which rely on the object?s assumed shape.

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(19/02/2010)
A myriad of silicon transistors are responsible to pass on the information on a microchip with today's technology. The transistors are arranged in a planar array, i.e. lying flat next to each other, and have shrunk down already to a size o...


(12/05/2009)
With the high-resolution ?probe? developed at the University of Twente's MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology (The Netherlands), it is possible to observe chemical reactions in very close detail, for example. The results have been published ...


(30/10/2009)
Dye-sensitized solar cells are flexible and cheap to make, but they tend to be inefficient at converting light into electricity. One way to boost the performance of any solar cell is to increase the surface area available to incoming light....


(20/06/2010)
Toshiba Corporation today announced that it has developed a breakthrough technology for a nanowire transistor, a major candidate for a 3D structure transistor for system LSI in the 16nm generation and beyond.

The company has ...


(02/04/2009)
A groundbreaking new loudspeaker, less than 0.25mm thick, has been developed by University of Warwick engineers, it's flat, flexible, could be hung on a wall like a picture, and its particular method of sound generation could make public a...