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Dasher on a Space-filling curve

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i.e. Hilbert Dasher or Peano Dasher

Space-filling (fractal) curves provide a way to map extents along a 1d line to areas covering 2d space, and thus, to produce a 2-dimensional variant of Dasher which fully utilizes all your screen area to display text strings you may wish to enter.

I’ll describe the Hilbert curve, how to use it as a basis for Dasher, and some of the complexities it brings, hopefully culminating in a demo. (This is very much a work-in-progress!)

This talk is part of the Inference Group series.

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