CS4FN Issue 5

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This special issue of Computer Science for Fun magazine is entitled ‘The Perception Deception’, and looks at computer science illusions

It includes articles covering:

• Experimental methods in computer science

• Head-up displays and Pepper’s Ghost

• Mobile technology and a ‘virtual savannah’

• The ‘physics’ of x-ray specs

• Biological eyes and computer vision

• The McGurk effect and robot speech

• Fibonnaci number algorithms – faking a super brain

• Recursion and Fibonnaci numbers

• The psychology and computer science of faces

• Weber’s Law – relating stimulus strength to perception

• Party games and the Turing Test

• Mathematical card tricks

The magazine is edited by Paul Curzon, Jo Brodie and Peter W. McOwan

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