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Items where Subject is "Mathematical and Computer Sciences > Computer Science"

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Art/Design Item

Benford, Steve and Quinn, Anthony and Koleva, Boriana and Mortier, Richard and Pridmore, Tony and Baurley, Sharon and Ali, Shakir and Thorn, Emily Clare (2013) From Codes to Patterns: Designing Interactive Decoration for Tableware. [Art/Design Item]

Article

Harris, Jane (2013) Digital Skin, How Developments in Digital Imaging Techniques and Culture are Informing the Design of Futuristic Surface and Fabrication Concepts. Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture, 11 (3). pp. 242-261. ISSN 1475-9756

Hall, Peter A. and Coles-Kemp, Lizzie and Heath, Claude (2015) Critical visualization: a case for rethinking how we visualize risk and security. Journal of Cyber Security, 1 (1). pp. 93-108. ISSN 2057-2093

Cohen, Nathan (2014) New perspectives: Incorporating Retro-reflective Projection Technology (RPT) in the creation of artworks and interactive art installation. CIE (Computers in Entertainment), 11 (1). ISSN 1544-3574

Conference, Symposium or Workshop Item

Randell, Cliff and Baurley, Sharon and Chalmers, Matthew and Muller, Henk (2004) Textile Tools for Wearable Computing. In: Proceedings of the First International Forum on Applied Wearable Computing.

Show/Exhibition

Quinn, Anthony and Thorn, Emily Clare (2013) Aestheticodes at Tent London. [Show/Exhibition]

Thesis

Clements, Wayne (2005) Always follow the instructions: rules and rule following in visual art. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.

Carpenter, J.R. (2015) Writing Coastlines: Locating Narrative Resonance in Transatlantic Communications Networks. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London and Falmouth University.

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