Tilomino Version 1
Inspired by the award-winning
by Jon Barwise and John Etchemendy
A world is presented consisting of objects of three different shapes
of three different sizes. Each shape is placed on a grid. Logical questions
can be asked of the world using boolean operators, quantifiers and
a number of functions. A result of either true or false is presented.
Several worlds are provided to use.
There are two ways to view and use Tilomino:
We are in the process of updating Tilomino.
In the meantime, here are the systems that it runs on:
- Single Screen
The world appears on the left side of the display. Help is provided
on a separate page.
The left side of the display contains the world and the right side
- Internet Explorer 5.5 running on Windows 98
- Netscape 4.51 running on Windows 98
- Internet Explorer 6.0 running on Windows 2000 Professional
If Tilomino does not work on your setup, here are a few things to try:
If not, you can try
Tilomino Version 2
which has a more clunky user interface and no tutorial but works on more
platforms. You can use the tutorial for version 1 to learn version 2.
- Try both the frames and non-frames version.
- Clear your Java cache and reboot your system.
- Try a different, preferably older, browser.
- Try a different system which has one of the known configurations above.
If after all this, you still can't get anything working, you can take a
snapshots of the Tilomino worlds.
Created by Neil Deakin (1997)
Under the supervision of
Copyright Neil Deakin and Ryerson Polytechnic University (1997)