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📒Computers And Art ✍ Stuart Mealing
✏Computers and Art Book Summary : Insightful perspectives on the use of the computer as a tool for artists. The approaches taken vary from its historical, philosophical and practical implications to the use of computer technology in art practice. The contributors include an art critic, an educator, a practicing artist and a researcher. The Editor's contribution will look at the potential for future developments in the field, looking at both the artistic and the computational aspects of the field. This collection seeks to bring together the latest theories and advances in the use of computers in art as well as looking in a practical way at the computational aspects and problems involved.
📒Computers In Art Design And Animation ✍ John Lansdown
✏Computers in Art Design and Animation Book Summary : The collection of papers that makes up this book arises largely from the joint activities of two specialist groups of the British Computer Society, namely the Displays Group and the Computer Arts Society. Both these groups are now more than 20 years old and during the whole of this time have held regular, separate meetings. In recent years, however, the two groups have held a joint annual meeting at which presentations of mutual interest have been given and it is mainly from the last two of these that the present papers have been drawn. They fall naturally into four classes: visualisation, art, design and animation-although, as in all such cases, the boundaries between the classes are fuzzy and overlap inevitably occurs. Visualisation The graphic potential of computers has been recognised almost since computing was first used, but it is only comparatively recently that their possibilities as devices for the visualisation of complex. and largely ab stract phenomena has begun to be more fully appreciated. Some workers stress the need to be able to model photographic reality in order to assist in this task. They look to better algorithms and more resolution to achieve this end. Others-Alan Mackay for instance-suggest that it is "not just a matter of providing more and more pixels. It is a matter of providing congenial clues which employ to the greatest extent what we already know.
📒Computer Graphics Computer Art ✍ Herbert W. Franke
✏Computer Graphics Computer Art Book Summary : Ten years have passed since the first edition of this book, a time sary to stress that the availability of colors further assists artistic span during which all activities connected with computers have ambitions. experienced an enormous upswing, due in particular to the ad The dynamics of display which can be achieved on the screen is vances in the field of semiconductor electronics which facilitated also of significance for the visual arts. It is a necessary condition microminiaturization. With the circuit elements becoming small for some technical applications, for example when simulating er and smaller, i. e. the transition to integrated circuits, the price dynamic processes. Although the graphics systems operating in real time were not designed for artistic purposes, they nonethe of hardware was reduced to an amazingly low level: this has de less open the most exciting aspects to the visual arts. While the finitely been an impulse of great importance to the expansion of computer technology, as well as to areas far removed from tech static computer picture was still a realization in line with the nology.
📒A Philosophy Of Computer Art ✍ Dominic Lopes
✏A Philosophy of Computer Art Book Summary : What is computer art? Do the concepts we usually employ to talk about art, such as ‘meaning’, ‘form’ or ‘expression’ apply to computer art? A Philosophy of Computer Art is the first book to explore these questions. Dominic Lopes argues that computer art challenges some of the basic tenets of traditional ways of thinking about and making art and that to understand computer art we need to place particular emphasis on terms such as ‘interactivity’ and ‘user’. Drawing on a wealth of examples he also explains how the roles of the computer artist and computer art user distinguishes them from makers and spectators of traditional art forms and argues that computer art allows us to understand better the role of technology as an art medium.
📒Computers And The History Of Art ✍ Jabez Thomas Sunderland
✏Computers and the History of Art Book Summary : First Published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
📒Explorations In Art And Technology ✍ Linda Candy
✏Explorations in Art and Technology Book Summary : Explorations in Art and Technology is about the creative process in action through the eyes of practitioners and researchers. The book explores the fascinating relationship between artist and technologist through studies of innovative projects that push the boundaries of digital art. The research sheds new light on the nature of interaction between people and computers and provides insight into the characteristics of environments in which creativity can be enhanced. In doing so, it presents a case for organisations to develop strategies for offering environments in which collaborative, sustainable partnerships can thrive. What emerges is a compelling story of new visions and new forms in a field that is set to transform traditional norms in both art and technology as we move through the 21st Century. Additional information and links are available at: http://www.creativityandcognition.com
📒Pluralistic Approaches To Art Criticism ✍ Douglas Emerson Blandy
✏Pluralistic Approaches to Art Criticism Book Summary : Contributors to this anthology analyze the contemporary academic methods for critiquing art and suggest new ways that might further our understandings of art created by myriad individuals and groups. The essays give readers further insight into a diverse range of artistic creators often overlooked in art world studies.
📒Evolutionary Art And Computers ✍ Stephen J. P. Todd
✏Evolutionary Art and Computers Book Summary : This book is a unique insight by two of the foremost collaborators in the controversial field of human-machine creativity--which fuses modern art, mathematics, computers, and evolution.
📒Computer Art And Human Response ✍ Lloyd Sumner
✏Computer Art and Human Response Book Summary : April 1994
📒Evolutionary Design By Computers ✍ Peter J. Bentley
✏Evolutionary Design by Computers Book Summary : "Evolutionary Design By Computers offers an enticing preview of the future of computer-aided design: Design by Darwin." Lawrence J. Fogel, President, Natural Selection, Inc. "Evolutionary design by computers is the major revolution in design thinking of the 20th century and this book is the best introduction available." Professor John Frazer, Swire Chair and Head of School of Design, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Author of "An Evolutionary Architecture" "Peter Bentley has assembled and edited an important collection of papers that demonstrate, convincingly, the utility of evolutionary computation for engineering solutions to complex problems in design." David B. Fogel, Editor-in-Chief, IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation Some of the most startling achievements in the use of computers to automate design are being accomplished by the use of evolutionary search algorithms to evolve designs. Evolutionary Design By Computers provides a showcase of the best and most original work of the leading international experts in Evolutionary Computation, Engineering Design, Computer Art, and Artificial Life. By bringing together the highest achievers in these fields for the first time, including a foreword by Richard Dawkins, this book provides the definitive coverage of significant developments in Evolutionary Design. This book explores related sub-areas of Evolutionary Design, including: design optimization creative design the creation of art artificial life. It shows for the first time how techniques in each area overlap, and promotes the cross-fertilization of ideas and methods.