Published by MIT Press, the Leonardo Book Series includes books that present innovative discourse on the convergence of art, science and technology. Four new titles are available now. Find out more at www.leonardo.info/books.
The pixel as the organizing principle of all pictures, from cave paintings to Toy Story. Smiths story of the pixel’s development begins with Fourier waves, proceeds through Turing machines, and ends with the first digital movies from Pixar, DreamWorks, and Blue Sky.
An examination of the bodily, situated aspects of data-visualization work, looking at visualization practices around the development of MRI technology.
Reimagining the scholarly book as living and collaborative—not as commodified and essentialized, but in all its dynamic materiality. In this book, Adema proposes that we reimagine the scholarly book as a living and collaborative project.
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