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Tessela can create any symmetrical patterns from any image file. Tessela can also create morphing tile patterns.


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Tessela was created by Tessela Studios, LLC.
The company was created to produce programs that integrate interactive design with dynamic, interactive installations, such as interactive art.

Tessela’s architecture is built around the concept of Tessela objects, which are defined by a simple mesh of triangles that represent each image in the tileset. Each image tile is derived from the source image, decompressed, and is then given a Tessela object. This object encapsulates all the information needed to generate the Tessela for the tileset.

Then, as Tessela is rendered to the display canvas, each Tessela object is rendered to a render stage and the resulting rendering is composited to the display canvas.

Tessela is a procedural editor/renderer for use in virtual reality environments and interactive installations. It allows for morphing, antialiasing, perspective correct rendering, and rapid data visualization.

[ Version 1.0.2 ]

Tessela Discussion Group

Version Release: 21 Apr 2008

Version 1.0 Release: 13 Sep 2007

Version 0.9 Release: 25 Jan 2007

Version 0.8 Release: 21 Jan 2007

Version 0.7.2 Release: 20 Jan 2007

Version 0.7.1 Release: 20 Jan 2007

Version 0.7 Release: 20 Jan 2007

Tessela’s Tessela for Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator is a software package for the creation of interactive digital art using Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator.

Version 1.0 Release: 13 Sep 2007

Version Release: 21 Apr 2008

**Tessela 1.0.1


tess \fips \fld



Sort the windows in “z-space” order. Only the windows that are moved up or down will be sorted by their “z-space” value.


Build a CRT or a CRT* display.


Draw the display in the current window.


Move the front window away from the back one.

-w #

Set the window (1-63) to be “dirty” and send it into the background. The rendering of the #-th window will occur as soon as the window is dirty.


Clear the screen.


Increase the vertical scaling factor. If the scaling factor is already at its maximum value, a warning message will be displayed.


Show help information.




Run through the \fld command in a loop n times.


Cycle through the \fld’s indexes in order.


Run the command \fld and stop after the command has been executed.


Break apart large chunks of memory into multiple regions. This is useful when you are displaying a grid of tiles.


Resize the image to fit inside the window.


Give a short help message.

Tessela Copyright:

Copyright (c) 2007, Tim Vandermeersch


This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 021

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The tessela demo offers a tutorial introduction to tesselation algorithms. It has detailed descriptions of the patterns created by the different algorithms and an animation demonstrating the effects of morphing and displacement within the tessela image. Tessela is a software tool which allows anyone to create their own patterns and animations from any image file. So far, tesselation has only been used to create patterns, but it could be used to create original animation sequences from an image file. Tessela allows you to use any software program to draw on the tesselated pattern and then save the image as a variety of files.


It is a free software to create tile patterns and morphing tile patterns. Like other software, it has some useful features such as pattern resizing and saving as a vector image or a bitmap image, but it is not as feature rich as a professional-grade patternmaking application. If you are a programmer, you can add some more features to tessela. It is a great software to work with images of geometric shapes. This software can change any image file and help you generate any geometric shapes.

See also
Comparison of tile map editors


External links
Tessela homepage

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What’s New in the Tessela?

Tessela uses the simple tile editor and automatic pattern maker.
Tessela can use any image file as a base image. You can also use your own image file as a base image. The pattern maker option will be enabled when you select a base image in the pattern maker options. Tessela will fill the color of the tiles with the selected base image, provided your image file does not contain any transparent areas. If your image does contain transparent areas, the pattern maker options will be grayed out. 
I will use a.png file for example.  If I select that file as my base image, and then choose to use the pattern maker I should see the following three options: 
When you choose a color for the desired background, Tessela will automatically create a pattern and save it to a new file in your documents folder.  It will name the file with a.png extension.  If I select a different base image and a different pattern color I will see a different name for the file. 
A pattern can be repeated every number of tiles specified.  So, if the specified number is 10, then all tiles in this pattern will be the same color and all tiles are 10 in this pattern. 
You can also use the pattern maker to create a progressive tile pattern.  When a progressive pattern starts, it creates color and then darkens the tiles, without changing the color again.  So, if we had 10 tiles, the first 3 would be black and the last 7 would be gray.  Then those tiles, with the same pattern, would be black.  Then the next 3 tiles would be gray and the last 4 would be black.  This cycle would continue until the last tile on the pattern.  If we use this tool, the pattern name will include the name of the base image used, the background color, and the number of tiles. 
You can also use the pattern maker to create a mosaic pattern.  When a mosaic pattern starts, it creates a mosaic of tiles with the specified background color.  It will take into account that you have specified tile sizes when creating the mosaic.  So, if we have a tile size of 50 pixels for the tiles.  A mosaic pattern of 8 tiles will start at the 50th pixel in the pattern.  If this is set to 50 pixels it will start at the 50th pixel in the base image

System Requirements For Tessela:

Requires at least a 5.0.0
Added in Build 10
Android 5.0.0 and above
License: GPL

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