CS4FN Issue 7

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A special issue of Computer Science for Fun focused on computers and images, containing articles on:

• Fractals

• Using Geomlab for tessellating images

• The golden ratio and beauty

• Robot artists

• The painter’s algorithm for drawing 3D graphics

• Communicating ideas through drawing and multimodal means

• Computer science card tricks

• Colour, mood and artificially intelligent music players

• Jazz and optimisation problems

• Search algorithms for images

• Mathematical proofs without words

• Storybank – sharing people’s lives through technology

• Digital Image Correlation methods for analysing image data

• Special image effects and 3D modelling

• Representing data with pictures, with Florence Nightingale

• Computer animation

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

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