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Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Joker, Dec 8, 2004.

  1. Joker

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    Graffiti Grapher

    Discussion started by Joker - Dec 8, 2004

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  2. Joker

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    Joker - Replied Dec 8, 2004

    Fixed
     
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    <KEY3> - Replied Dec 8, 2004

    please believe I was going to do a direct copy of a joker simple.....
    but my eyes hurt and I need to go home. nice find though.

    I've always been one to ramble on about the math behind it
    and how 'line logic' is a very simple formula. if a 't' has an intersection
    and both lines have a slight curve, then that curve must work in the overlapped area too.

    but yeah.... I ramble about this all the time.
     
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  4. Poop Man Bob

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    Holy shit I hate math. Although that is pretty cool.
     
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    dude, polar coordinates, cartesian coords. this can def. help me remember shit for my final. thank you joker
     
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    duh-rye-won - Replied Dec 8, 2004

    anybody want to get down with my new crew, CCK, (courtesian coordinate killaz)?

    all you have to do is tell me the square root of rykers island divided by fractal geometric pattern of my nuts!

    *hint- my nuts are HUGE
     
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    :chicken:
     
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    ha, that's awesome J. During my Geometry class last semester I always thought about doing a piece or themed production using algebraic and geometric formulas to define the letters. That site got bookmarked.
     
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    Grimes - Replied Dec 9, 2004

    thats tight,learn shit everyday
     
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    decu goldyn1 - Replied Dec 9, 2004

    hmm interesting
    although i still believe its some kind of trick to make me learn math
     
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    iloveboxcars - Replied Dec 9, 2004

    it still confuses me as to how i have to set it up. i thought if i moved onto the next shape the grey area would be locked. but i guess you have to close off every side. when i have more time i'll be getting into this.


    fun stuff.
     
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    :lol:
     
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    Zack Morris - Replied Dec 9, 2004

    that is fucking GEEK-TASTIC!!!...nice find with that one joker.
     
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    I spent like 2 hours playing around with that shit.
     
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    !@#$% - Replied Dec 10, 2004

    math is also now being used to test paintings to see who did them or whether they're fakes..

    Want to be able to tell a real work of art from a forgery? Do the maths
    By Steve Connor Science Editor
    23 November 2004


    Scientists have created a computer that can tell the mathematical difference between a genuine work of art and a forgery by analysing features invisible to the human eye, paving the way to a new method of art fraud detection


    http://news.independent.co.uk/world/scienc...sp?story=585770
    "We have been able to mathematically capture subtle characteristics of an artist that are not necessarily visible to the human eye," he said. "We expect this technique, in collaboration with existing physical authentication, to play an important role in the field of art authentication. Similar methods have been used to analyse works of literature.
    "We can find things in art work that are unique to the artist, such as the subtle choice of words or phrasing and cadence that are characteristic of a certain writer."
    Scientists had to program the computer with an artist's personal style of painting or drawing using digital images of masterpieces known to be the work of the same painter. The machine was then able to decide whether a new work it subsequently analysed was likely to be a forgery.
    Professor Farid and his colleagues analysed 13 drawings that had been attributed - at least at some time - to the Flemish artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder. The computer successfully distinguished between eight of the paintings known to be by the artist and five famous imitations by contemporary artists, including some by artists who intended to commit a forgery.
     
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