Computers and the Imagination: Visual Adventures Beyond the Edge

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St. Martin's Press, 1991 - Computers - 419 pages
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An examination of how visualization has transformed the way humans perceive and understand their world uses a computer to gain insights into the origins of human creativity. Original.

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Clifford A. Pickover is the lead writer for the brain-boggleClifford A. Pickover is the lead writer for the brain-boggler column in "Discover" magazine and the author of numerous ar column in "Discover" magazine and the author of numerous acclaimed science books. He has been featured on PBS, the Discclaimed science books. He has been featured on PBS, the Discovery Channel, and CNN. A research staff member at IBM's T.covery Channel, and CNN. A research staff member at IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center, Dr. Pickover is a prolific inventJ. Watson Research Center, Dr. Pickover is a prolific inventor who holds numerous patents. He lives in Yorktown Heights,or who holds numerous patents. He lives in Yorktown Heights, New York. New York.

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