Jan 3, 2008

Maxwell Group Logo: 75 degrees



Thanks to Can who pointed out that where the 60 degree marker on the compass should be, it instead says 75 degrees.

10 comments:

paolovf said...

I have a feeling this compass logo may have a connection with the circle in the image posted on this site earlier:

http://find815.blogspot.com/2008/01/
desktop-equations.html

It might not be anything. This image is just about made out on Sam's desk in the game.

Red Moose Studios said...

I just wanted to point out the same thing as paolovf, the diagrams overlaying Sam's desk have a circle with a line at the same angle as the 75 degree on the compass.

lostfan815 said...

The Timer is at 48 hours!!!!!
The Agony!

BethIsLost said...

Maybe I'm not looking at this right but shouldn't the E be on the right side of the compass and the W be on the left?

paolovf said...

yeah your right, someone had mentioned that earlier and with the whole hidden 'snake' thing it's hard to say what this logo is all about

Jennifer B said...

John Locke followed a compass bearing of 305, after having a moment with the carvings on Mr. Eko's stick (to find the others' camp).
Ben told Michael to follow a compass bearing 325 to reach a shipping lane for rescue.

I do not have the best programs to play with the images. Someone want to check these out?

I also remember a compass from a website from TLE. It was gold and green, and I cannot remember what it was for, but information appeared at certain numbers. Any connections?

RedeyeInferno said...

Yeah, it seems the compass is backwards on the Maxwell Group Site. As stated above, E should be on the right and W should be on the left.

andrea said...

so we have to rotate the image, right?

Red Moose Studios said...

And if you rotate it, the 60/75 point becomes 300 degrees.

I think The Maxwell Group is the people on Not Penny's Boat.

paolovf said...

But if u rotate the image thenthe positions of N and S change. If you flip the image horizontally, easily done in MSPaint, E and W will swap while preserving N and S.

I tried it but neither way shows anything significant, but i might have missed something.