Charles Csuri & James Shaffer- Sine Wave Man (1967)

This picture won first prize in Computers and Automation magazine's annual computer art competition in 1967. Initially the artist drew a human face and coded a handful of selected coordinates from the line drawing. This data served as fixed points for the application of Fourier transforms. The result was a number of sine curves with different slopes, although each shares the seed points from the drawing of the face. View the source HERE.

1 comment:

LUH said...

class. really like this.

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