2014-2015

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Computer Science

CS 145 (QA*) Images and Imagination (1)

Computational Art is an emerging new field that uses mathematical algorithms and computers to generate imaginative and abstract images. Fractals are a small but well known subset within this extensive and varied field. In this course, students learn and apply mathematics and computer programming to generate a wide range of images and animations. The work is guided and evaluated by standard principles of design and composition.

  • General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Quantitative and Analytical Reasoning (*)
  • Offering: Annually
  • Instructor: Orr

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