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  • [1] FontMetrics
    29/08/2006 java.awt.FontMetrics Les API Java 1.5 du site de sun. En anglais...
    Mot clé = etri | Niveau = 2

  • [2] GlyphMetrics
    20/07/2006 java.awt.font.GlyphMetrics Les API Java 1.5 du site de sun. En anglais...
    Mot clé = etri | Niveau = 2

  • [3] LineMetrics
    30/08/2006 java.awt.font.LineMetrics Les API Java 1.5 du site de sun. En anglais...
    Mot clé = etri | Niveau = 2

  • [4] Contact - Auteur
    19/03/2002 Description de l’auteur de l'infobrol, et moyens de contacts (mail, forum,...)
    Mot clé = etris | Niveau = 4

  • [5] Authentification en cryptologie
    14/03/2004 Comment assurer une authenticité en crypto symétrique ?
    Mot clé = alice | Niveau = 5

  • [6] Confidentialité (asymétrique)
    13/03/2004 En crypto asymétrique, comment assurer la confidentialité ?
    Mot clé = alice | Niveau = 5

  • [7] Intégrité en cryptologie
    14/03/2004 Comment assurer une intégrité des informations en crypto symétrique ?
    Mot clé = algorithme | Niveau = 8

  • [8] Istanbul, Rüstem Paşa Camii
    23/09/2018 The Rüstem Pasha Mosque (Turkish: ' Rüstempaşa Camii') is an Ottoman mosque located in Hasırcılar Çarşısı (Strawmat Weavers Market) in the Tahtakale neighborhood, of the Eminönü district of Istanbul, Turkey. History The Rüstem Pasha Mosque was designed by Ottoman imperial architect Mimar Sinan for Grand Vizier Damat Rüstem Pasha (husband of one of the daughters of Suleiman the Magnificent, Princess Mihrimah). Rüstem Pasha died in July 1561 and the mosque was built after his death from around 1561 until 1563. Architecture Exterior The mosque was built on a high terrace over a complex of vaulted shops, whose rents were intended to financially support the mosque complex. Narrow, twisting interior flights of steps in the corners give access to a spacious courtyard. The mosque has a double porch with five domed bays, from which projects a deep and low roof supported by a row of columns. Interior The Rüstem Pasha Mosque is famous for its large quantities of exquisite İznik tiles, set in a very wide variety of beautiful floral and geometric designs, which cover not only the façade of the porch but also the mihrab, minbar, walls, columns and on the façade of the porch outside. These tiles exhibit the early use of a tomato-red color that would become characteristic of İznik pottery. Some of the tiles, particularly those in a large panel under the portico to the left main entrance, are decorated with sage green and dark manganese purple that are characteristic of the earlier 'Damascus ware' coloring scheme. No other mosque in Istanbul makes such a lavish use of these tiles. The plan of the building is basically that of an octagon inscribed in a rectangle. The main dome rests on four semi-domes; not on the axes but in the diagonals of the building. The arches of the dome spring from four octagonal pillars— two on the north, two on the south— and from piers projecting from the east and west walls. To the north and south are galleries supported by pillars and by small marble columns between them. Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - version 25Feb2012 See also in my flickr albums: Hagia Sophia, Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque of Istanbul)
    Mot clé = Istanbul, Rüstem Paşa Camii | Niveau = 11

  • [9] Afterlight - 2012_11_18_000945
    22/09/2018 Afterlight - Gridular 3.0 GLOW - International Forum of Light in Art and Architecture Eindhoven 2012 - 7th Edition - 'Façades & Faces: Portraits of the City' From November, 10th to 17th 2012, the city center of Eindhoven turns again into a forum of interventions, installations, performances and events based on the phenomena of artificial light. Location: DELA About the project: Last year during GLOW Afterlight impressed with the powerful work Interstices in a synaptic space. By optical illusions and misleading sounds the audience was carried away into an animated adventure through the human brain. This work is now on permanent display in the Molenstraat. For this edition Afterlight pushes the boundaries of illusion again in an encounter with the massive DELA building. Where the building has a flat facade at daytime, it comes alive during GLOW. Slowly the building loses his hard geometric structure. Straight forms change into organic patterns. Afterlight playfully takes the viewer on a three-dimensional journey and quest for identity. An exciting adventure, awaiting the appearance of the true face of the building. Adopted by: DELA afterlight-video.blogspot.nl/ More information: www.gloweindhoven.nl
    Mot clé = Afterlight - 2012_11_18_000945 | Niveau = 12

  • [10] Afterlight - 2012_11_18_001006
    22/09/2018 Afterlight - Gridular 3.0 GLOW - International Forum of Light in Art and Architecture Eindhoven 2012 - 7th Edition - 'Façades & Faces: Portraits of the City' From November, 10th to 17th 2012, the city center of Eindhoven turns again into a forum of interventions, installations, performances and events based on the phenomena of artificial light. Location: DELA About the project: Last year during GLOW Afterlight impressed with the powerful work Interstices in a synaptic space. By optical illusions and misleading sounds the audience was carried away into an animated adventure through the human brain. This work is now on permanent display in the Molenstraat. For this edition Afterlight pushes the boundaries of illusion again in an encounter with the massive DELA building. Where the building has a flat facade at daytime, it comes alive during GLOW. Slowly the building loses his hard geometric structure. Straight forms change into organic patterns. Afterlight playfully takes the viewer on a three-dimensional journey and quest for identity. An exciting adventure, awaiting the appearance of the true face of the building. Adopted by: DELA afterlight-video.blogspot.nl/ More information: www.gloweindhoven.nl
    Mot clé = Afterlight - 2012_11_18_001006 | Niveau = 13

  • [11] Afterlight - 2012_11_18_001236
    22/09/2018 Afterlight - Gridular 3.0 GLOW - International Forum of Light in Art and Architecture Eindhoven 2012 - 7th Edition - 'Façades & Faces: Portraits of the City' From November, 10th to 17th 2012, the city center of Eindhoven turns again into a forum of interventions, installations, performances and events based on the phenomena of artificial light. Location: DELA About the project: Last year during GLOW Afterlight impressed with the powerful work Interstices in a synaptic space. By optical illusions and misleading sounds the audience was carried away into an animated adventure through the human brain. This work is now on permanent display in the Molenstraat. For this edition Afterlight pushes the boundaries of illusion again in an encounter with the massive DELA building. Where the building has a flat facade at daytime, it comes alive during GLOW. Slowly the building loses his hard geometric structure. Straight forms change into organic patterns. Afterlight playfully takes the viewer on a three-dimensional journey and quest for identity. An exciting adventure, awaiting the appearance of the true face of the building. Adopted by: DELA afterlight-video.blogspot.nl/ More information: www.gloweindhoven.nl
    Mot clé = Afterlight - 2012_11_18_001236 | Niveau = 14

  • [12] Gargoyles are petrified during the day...
    11/09/2018
    Mot clé = Gargoyles are petrified during the day... | Niveau = 15

  • [13] A zsinagóga belseje
    02/10/2018 Dohány Street Synagogue The Dohány Street Synagogue (Hungarian: Dohány utcai zsinagóga/nagy zsinagóga, Hebrew: בית הכנסת הגדול של בודפשט‎ bet hakneset hagadol šel budapešt), also known as The Great Synagogue or Tabakgasse Synagogue, is located in Erzsébetváros, the 7th district of Budapest. It is the largest synagogue in Europe and the fifth largest in the world. It seats 3,000 people and is a centre of Neolog Judaism. The synagogue was built between 1854 and 1859 in the Moorish Revival style, with the decoration based chiefly on Islamic models from North Africa and medieval Spain (the Alhambra). The synagogue's Viennese architect, Ludwig Förster, believed that no distinctively Jewish architecture could be identified, and thus chose "architectural forms that have been used by oriental ethnic groups that are related to the Israelite people, and in particular the Arabs". The interior design is partly by Frigyes Feszl. The Dohány Street Synagogue complex consists of the Great Synagogue, the Heroes' Temple, the graveyard, the Holocaust memorial and the Jewish Museum, which was built on the site on which Theodore Herzl's house of birth once stood. Dohány Street itself, a leafy street in the city center, carries strong Holocaust connotations as it constituted the border of the Budapest Ghetto. History Built in a residential area between 1854-1859 by the Neolog Jewish community of Pest according to the plans of Ludwig Förster, the monumental synagogue has a capacity of 2,964 seats (1,492 for men and 1,472 in the women's galleries) making it the largest in Europe and one of the largest working synagogue in the World, after the Belz Great Synagogue and the Beit Midrash of Ger in Jerusalem, the Breslov Uman Synagogue in Uman, Ukraine, Temple Emanu-el in New York City, and the Yetev Lev D'Satmar synagogue in New York City. The consecration of the synagogue took place on 6 September 1859. The synagogue was bombed by the Hungarian pro-Nazi Arrow Cross Party on 3 February 1939. Used as a base for German Radio and also as a stable during World War II, the building suffered some severe damage from aerial raids during the Nazi Occupation but especially during the Siege of Budapest. During the Communist era the damaged structure became again a prayer house for the much-diminished Jewish community. Its restoration started in 1991 and ended in 1998. The restoration was financed by the state and by private donations. Interior The torah-ark and the internal frescoes made of colored and golden geometric shapes are the works of the famous Hungarian romantic architect Frigyes Feszl. A single-span cast iron supports the 12-metre-wide (39 ft) nave. The seats on the ground-floor are for men, while the upper gallery, supported by steel ornamented poles, has seats for women. Franz Liszt and Camille Saint-Saëns played the original 5,000 pipe organ built in 1859. A new mechanical organ with 63 voices and 4 manuals was built in 1996 by the German firm Jehmlich Orgelbau Dresden GmbH. One of the most daring concerts in the Synagogue's history was in 2002, played by the legendary organ virtuoso Xaver Varnus. Four hours before the concert even standing places could hardly be found in the Synagogue, and 7,200 people were sitting and standing to listen to the legendary improvisor’s fiendish virtuosity.
    Mot clé = A zsinagóga belseje | Niveau = 16

  • [14] Magyar Állami Operaház [8mm version]
    14/09/2018 Hungarian State Opera House The Hungarian State Opera House (Hungarian: Magyar Állami Operaház) is a neo-Renaissance opera house located in central Budapest, on Andrássy út. It is home to the Budapest Opera Ball, a society event dating back to 1886. Before the closure of "Népszínház" in Budapest, it was the second largest opera building in Budapest. Today it is the largest Opera building in Budapest and Hungary. History Designed by Miklós Ybl, a major figure of 19th century Hungarian architecture, the construction lasted from 1875 to 1884 and was funded by the city of Budapest and by Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary. The Hungarian Royal Opera House (as it was known then) opened to the public on the September 27, 1884. Many important artists were guests here including Gustav Mahler the composer who was director in Budapest from 1887 to 1891 and Otto Klemperer who was music director for three years from 1947 to 1950. In the 1970s the state of the building prompted the Hungarian State to order a major renovation which eventually began in 1980 and lasted till 1984. The reopening was held exactly 100 years after the original opening, on the September 27, 1984. Overview It is a richly-decorated building and is considered one of the architect's masterpieces. It was built in neo-Renaissance style, with elements of Baroque. Ornamentation includes paintings and sculptures by leading figures of Hungarian art including Bertalan Székely, Mór Than and Károly Lotz. Although in size and capacity it is not among the greatest, in beauty and the quality of acoustics the Budapest Opera House is considered to be amongst the finest opera houses in the world. The auditorium holds 1261 seats. It is horseshoe shaped and – according to measurements done in the 1970s by a group of international engineers – has the third best acoustics in Europe after La Scala in Milan and the Palais Garnier in Paris. Although many opera houses have been built since, the Budapest Opera House is still among the best in terms of the acoustics. In front of the building are statues of Ferenc Erkel and Franz Liszt. Liszt is the best known Hungarian composer. Erkel composed the Hungarian national anthem, and was the first music director of the Opera House; he was also founder of the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra. Each year the season lasts from September to the end of June and besides opera performances the Opera House is home to the Hungarian National Ballet. The secondary building of the Hungarian State Opera is Erkel theatre. It is a much larger building that also hosts opera and ballet performances during the opera season. There are guided tours in the building in six languages (English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Hungarian) almost every day. Features Facade: The decoration of the symmetrical façade follows a musical theme. In niches on either side of the main entrance there are figures of two of Hungary's most prominent composers, Ferenc Erkel and Franz Liszt. Both were sculpted by Alajos Stróbl. Murals: The vaulted ceiling of the foyer is covered in magnificent murals by Bertalan Székely and Mór Than. They depict the nine Muses. Foyer: The foyer, with its marble columns, gilded vaulted ceiling, murals and chandeliers, gives the State Opera House a feeling of opulence and grandeur. Main Entrance: Wrought-iron lamps illuminate the wide stone staircase and the main entrance. Main Staircase: Going to the opera was a great social occasion in the 19th century. A vast, sweeping staircase was an important element of the opera house as it allowed ladies to show off their new gowns. Interior, Hungarian State Opera House Chandelier: The mail hall is decorated with a bronze chandelier the weighs 3050 kg! It illuminates a magnificent fresco by Károly Lotz, of the Greek gods on Olympus. Central Stage: This proscenium arch stage employed the most modern technology of the time. It featured a revolving stage and metal hydraulic machinery. Royal Box: The royal box is located centrally in the three-storey circle. It is decorated with sculptures symbolizing the four operatic voices - soprano, alto, tenor and bass. Source: Wikipedia
    Mot clé = Magyar Állami Operaház [8mm version] | Niveau = 17

  • [15] Magyar Állami Operaház [16mm version]
    13/09/2018 Hungarian State Opera House The Hungarian State Opera House (Hungarian: Magyar Állami Operaház) is a neo-Renaissance opera house located in central Budapest, on Andrássy út. It is home to the Budapest Opera Ball, a society event dating back to 1886. Before the closure of "Népszínház" in Budapest, it was the second largest opera building in Budapest. Today it is the largest Opera building in Budapest and Hungary. History Designed by Miklós Ybl, a major figure of 19th century Hungarian architecture, the construction lasted from 1875 to 1884 and was funded by the city of Budapest and by Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary. The Hungarian Royal Opera House (as it was known then) opened to the public on the September 27, 1884. Many important artists were guests here including Gustav Mahler the composer who was director in Budapest from 1887 to 1891 and Otto Klemperer who was music director for three years from 1947 to 1950. In the 1970s the state of the building prompted the Hungarian State to order a major renovation which eventually began in 1980 and lasted till 1984. The reopening was held exactly 100 years after the original opening, on the September 27, 1984. Overview It is a richly-decorated building and is considered one of the architect's masterpieces. It was built in neo-Renaissance style, with elements of Baroque. Ornamentation includes paintings and sculptures by leading figures of Hungarian art including Bertalan Székely, Mór Than and Károly Lotz. Although in size and capacity it is not among the greatest, in beauty and the quality of acoustics the Budapest Opera House is considered to be amongst the finest opera houses in the world. The auditorium holds 1261 seats. It is horseshoe shaped and – according to measurements done in the 1970s by a group of international engineers – has the third best acoustics in Europe after La Scala in Milan and the Palais Garnier in Paris. Although many opera houses have been built since, the Budapest Opera House is still among the best in terms of the acoustics. In front of the building are statues of Ferenc Erkel and Franz Liszt. Liszt is the best known Hungarian composer. Erkel composed the Hungarian national anthem, and was the first music director of the Opera House; he was also founder of the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra. Each year the season lasts from September to the end of June and besides opera performances the Opera House is home to the Hungarian National Ballet. The secondary building of the Hungarian State Opera is Erkel theatre. It is a much larger building that also hosts opera and ballet performances during the opera season. There are guided tours in the building in six languages (English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Hungarian) almost every day. Features Facade: The decoration of the symmetrical façade follows a musical theme. In niches on either side of the main entrance there are figures of two of Hungary's most prominent composers, Ferenc Erkel and Franz Liszt. Both were sculpted by Alajos Stróbl. Murals: The vaulted ceiling of the foyer is covered in magnificent murals by Bertalan Székely and Mór Than. They depict the nine Muses. Foyer: The foyer, with its marble columns, gilded vaulted ceiling, murals and chandeliers, gives the State Opera House a feeling of opulence and grandeur. Main Entrance: Wrought-iron lamps illuminate the wide stone staircase and the main entrance. Main Staircase: Going to the opera was a great social occasion in the 19th century. A vast, sweeping staircase was an important element of the opera house as it allowed ladies to show off their new gowns. Interior, Hungarian State Opera House Chandelier: The mail hall is decorated with a bronze chandelier the weighs 3050 kg! It illuminates a magnificent fresco by Károly Lotz, of the Greek gods on Olympus. Central Stage: This proscenium arch stage employed the most modern technology of the time. It featured a revolving stage and metal hydraulic machinery. Royal Box: The royal box is located centrally in the three-storey circle. It is decorated with sculptures symbolizing the four operatic voices - soprano, alto, tenor and bass. Source: Wikipedia Camera Nikon D7000 Exposure 0.003 sec (1/400) Aperture f/5.6 Focal Length 16 mm ISO Speed 100
    Mot clé = Magyar Állami Operaház [16mm version] | Niveau = 18

  • [16] Mikoyan-Gourevitch MiG-23 ML
    24/09/2018 Les avions de combat soviétiques MIG-23 avaient des ailes à géométrie variable, ce qui offre de nombreux avantages, notamment au niveau de la distance de décollage, la capacité de charge et le rôle de pénétration rapide dans l'air avec les ailes repliées.
    Mot clé = Mikoyan-Gourevitch MiG-23 ML | Niveau = 19

  • [17] Mikoyan-Gourevitch MiG-23 ML
    24/09/2018 Les avions de combat soviétiques MIG-23 avaient des ailes à géométrie variable, ce qui offre de nombreux avantages, notamment au niveau de la distance de décollage, la capacité de charge et le rôle de pénétration rapide dans l'air avec les ailes repliées.
    Mot clé = Mikoyan-Gourevitch MiG-23 ML | Niveau = 20

6 articles

  • [1] Mécanismes d'horloge de clocher
    19/04/2015 Quelques photos de l'exposition sur les mécanismes d'horloge de clocher qui s'est tenue à la collégiale Saint-Barthélemy à Liège.

  • [2] ECVB - démolition
    18/05/2015 Les photos de la démolition de la centrale électrique ECVB

  • [3] Randonnée dans les Cinque Terre en Ligurie et passage en Toscane
    23/05/2017 Récits et photos de randonnée dans les Cinque Terre en Ligurie, et d'un court passage en Toscane.

  • [4] Urbex - Photographier les lieux abandonnés
    16/11/2017 Photos de lieux abandonnés en Belgique et ailleurs, Quand l'homme déserte les lieux, que deviennent-ils? Photos d'urbex (exploration urbaine). Attention: certaines images peuvent choquer.

  • [5] Coup de coeur - Ma_Co2013
    04/02/2018 Mon coup de coeur du jour:  les photos de tournages de Ma_Co2013

  • [6] Coup de coeur - effet cinéma
    24/03/2018 Maxime Villalonga aka Loomax, Louis du Mont, Mikki, Christopher Soukup, Rémy Soubanère, et encore bien d'autres photographes nous offrent une vision très cinématographique au travers de leurs photographies...

 

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