Stanford InfoLab Logo
From this web page you can download renderings of the Stanford InfoLab
logo in different sizes, formats, and colors. All files are also
available in this directory if you prefer
digging yourself. In case you ever need to reproduce the logo in
another format or color, this README
might be helpful.
- InfoLab logos in interlaced, background-transparent GIF format:
with white background,
with the default Netscape background, or
with the same background as the DBGROUP homepage.
Note: Although these images are background-transparent, they
might still look ugly if you use them with background colors
different from the intended one. This is because each image
has been anti-aliased for a specific background color. See README for details.
Warning: They look ugly on 8-bit Netscape. Upgrade your graphics card!
- Plain InfoLab logo:
- Logo with the "TM" symbol:
- Logo with the lab name on the bottom:
- Logo with the "TM" symbol and the lab name:
- LaTeX2e package for making slides with InfoLab logo:
in this directory, with its own
The package can make both portait and landscape slides,
provides full control over layout parameters,
and fancy headers.
You can check out an
example Postscript output.
In case you ever wondered what the logo means, here is my
"intended" interpretation: It is a hard disk with
three platters and a disk arm. The arrow represents the flow of
information. I guess you could also say it is the direction of disk
rotation, but should it really be clockwise? I thought in earth's
northern hemisphere stuff should rotate counter-clockwise. Oh well.
Someone pointed out that the logo actually depicts a 3-D Pacman.
That is a rumor.
Jun Yang /