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Conclusion

We've only scratched the surface here. Suffice it to say that Artlandia is a quite complete toolbox for creating algorithmic artwork. As an addition to Mathematica, it can even be used as an advanced set of tools to aid in visualization. My plans over the coming months include experimenting with combining the artistic tools that Artlandia provides with the data analysis tools that we have developed for visualizing experimental shape perception data. Over its relatively young lifespan, Mathematica certainly has demonstrated that math can be art, but Bakshee's Artlandia carries on the tradition that art can be mathematical as well.


Converted by Mathematica      September 24, 1999

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