Pixel your space: geometry behind science and art images
This resource, aimed at primary learners, links mathematics, art and science. Children explore how how the number of pixels affects an image and how images from space have become clearer as technology has advanced. They then explore the use of pixelation in art and produce their own artwork. This resource has been produced by the European Space Agency (ESA).
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