Download the Tetris-Inspired North Dakota Map wallpaper!
While working on my dissertation I decided to start a side project to break up the monotony of research. This wallpaper is a complete map of the great state of North Dakota, comprised of 3,344 interlocking tetrominos (give or take: feel free check my math). You can’t see it in the above preview, but it is possible to make out all the individual tetrominos with the full-sized desktop version, as seen below:
This map features the eight principle cities of North Dakota:
In green are the Native American reservations that reside, in whole or in part, in North Dakota:
Below you will find a wallpaper for the standard computer monitor resolutions. Clicking on the link will open the wallpaper in a new window. Then right-click on the image and choose either “Save Image As” or “Set as Desktop Background.” Don’t see a wallpaper that matches your computer’s resolution? Let me know in the comment section below and I’ll make one!
Tall Screen Wallpaper
This work is not affiliated with The Tetris Company.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. What this means is that this wallpaper cannot be used for any commercial purposes. You are free, though, to modify it for your own purposes as long as you share it with others. You are also free to post these wallpapers on other websites or social media sites as long as you attribute me, Dennis Frohlich, as the original creator. Please provide a link back to this blog if you choose to share this wallpaper.