A special issue of Computer Science for Fun focused on computers and images, containing articles on:
• 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...
This issue of Computer Science for Fun is entitled ‘Computer Science in Space’, and explores the role of computers in space exploration and astronomy.It includes articles covering:• Computer scientists working for NASA• GPS and computer art projects that love your data• Computers, network telescopes and the search for...
This edition of Computer Science for Fun is entitled ‘The Earth Issue’, and features computer science applications that are environmentally friendly or that have helped scientists researching our planet.
The articles include:
• The power efficiency of the human brain vs modern computers
• Flashmobs and...
This edition of Computer Science for Fun concentrates on mobile computing, with articles ranging across:
• Book promotion with QR codes
• What the slow art movement did to email
• Robots in close relationships with humans
• Breaking down social barriers with technology
• Language problems for satnavs...
This computer animation special is issue 11 of the series Computer Science for Fun. It features a range of articles covering:
• The history of computer animation
• Animation basics
• Automata – precursors to computers
• Soap bubbles and the Travelling Salesman Problem
• Motion capture, and the...
The fashion issue of Computer Science for Fun includes articles covering:
• Wearable technology in sport and the celebrity world
• Card tricks
• Recognition and mood analysis using data from monitoring walking patterns
• Naked robots
• Iron Man suit technology
• Living with fashion-conscious robots...
This issue of Computer Science for fun is entitled ‘Faces’ – it looks at the importance of a face in computer science, and includes articles on:
• TactileFace – a printer for the visually impaired
• Modelling continental drift
• Describing faces – Face Space
• Facially expressive robots
• Online photos...
To mark the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Alan Turing, this edition of Computer Science for Fun explores his world-changing ideas. It includes articles on:
• The life and work of Alan Turing, and how the world has changed since then.
• Modern internet encryption
• Hiding information in plain sight
This edition of Computer Science for Fun looks at human-computer interaction (HCI), and how designers aim to make computers that feel good to use. The articles cover:
• ‘Invoked computing’ – camouflaged computers
• HCI and F1 steering wheels
• Cheating robots
• Handshaking – tuning into the shipping...
The language of computer science and programming is the focus of this edition of Computer Science for Fun. The articles cover:
• Arabic programming language
• White-hat hackers and penetration testing
• The Chinese Room thought experiment and artificial intelligence
• TuneTrace – ‘programming’ with...