Relative Width Comparison
How big would a cow be if each pixel on the screen represented 0.03 meters?
A "pixel" is a tiny dot on your screen. For reference, the scale on this page (the long horizontal line which starts with "0e0 meters") is 1000 pixels wide.
A selection of objects are selected based on whether they fit on the page when scaled to the size you specify. If you hover your mouse over each object you can see some basic information about that object. Detailed information is listed at the bottom of the page.
You specified 0.03 meters per pixel. That means that only objects with a width between 0.03 meters and 30.00 meters will be displayed. (Keep in mind that only the width is being compared here. Some images may not have the exact width to height ratios which are implied by the data.)
This site is still in alpha mode, so I'd love it if you would double check my information and calculations. Here is what you need.
diplodocus: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 27.1 meters
Peak Height: 9.1 meters
Mass: 22, 680 kg (50, 000.841 pounds)
Data comes from http://dinodictionary.com/.
triceratops: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 9 meters
Peak Height: 3 meters
Mass: 11, 793 kg (25, 999.115 pounds)
Triceratops data from wikipedia.
stegosaurus: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 8.5 meters
Peak Height: 4.3 meters
Mass: 2, 722 kg (6, 000.983 pounds)
Stegosaurus data comes from dinodictionary.com.
elephant: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 3 meters
Peak Height: 4 meters
Mass: 7, 500 kg (16, 534.67 pounds)
A slightly unhappy grey elephant.
Galápagos Giant Tortoise: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 1.83 meters
Peak Height: 1.219 meters
Peak Depth: 1.53 meters
Mass: 260 kg (573.202 pounds)
Time: 5, 554, 018, 970 seconds
The Galápagos Giant Tortoise is the type of tortoise that Darwin collected.
cow: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 1.75 meters
Peak Height: 1.4 meters
Peak Depth: 1.35 meters
Mass: 750 kg (1, 653.467 pounds)
Volume: 1.102 meters3
Time: 473, 353, 890 seconds
A holstein cow that goes moo.
dartboard: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 0.45 meters
Peak Height: 0.45 meters
Area: 0.16 meters2
A standard dart board.
ninja: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 0.45 meters
Peak Height: 1.722 meters
Mass: 61.9 kg (136.466 pounds)
Surface Area: 1.8 meters2
Volume: 0.062 meters3
Time: 2, 472, 800, 720 seconds
Ninjas are better than pirates. The stats for ninjas are based on modern Japanese men (despite the picture being of a girl). If someone has the stats for Japanese men from the 8th century then let me know. I'd also like to know the real average lifespan of a ninja.
pirate: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 0.45 meters
Peak Height: 1.73 meters
Mass: 62.259 kg (137.258 pounds)
Surface Area: 1.8 meters2
Volume: 0.062 meters3
Pirates are better than ninjas. The stats for pirates are based on modern Spanish men. If someone has the stats for Spanish men from the 1600's then let me know. I'd also like to know the real average lifespan of a pirate.
chess board: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 0.39 meters
Peak Height: 0.39 meters
Area: 0.15 meters2
Surface Area: 0.31 meters2
Chess boards can come in a variety of sizes, but I used the size of my own 22" chess board.
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