Kaleidoscopic Calculations

Herbert W Franke, Intarsien7024Var1, 2012.  Generated with a digital picture-generator named �Intarsia�, programmed with the software system Mathematica for the �Demonstration Project� of Stephen Wolfram.  Copyright the artist, reproduced with permission.

Herbert W Franke, Intarsien7024Var1, 2012. Generated with a digital picture-generator named Intarsia, programmed with the software system Mathematica for the Demonstration Project of Stephen Wolfram. Copyright the artist, reproduced with permission.

This month, to compliment the previous two discussions of Manfred Mohr
and Ernest Edmonds in my monthly BCS column, we feature new work by another of the great pioneers of algorithmic art – Prof. Herbert Franke. I am especially honored to be able to share with you the first sight of one of his new graphics from the series
Intarsia, a striking art work which demonstrates his interest in complex patterns and seems to pulsate with kaleidoscopic qualities. Full article here: http://www.bcs.org/content/conWebDoc/49847

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