# Class 34: Geometric Art Through Numeric Recursion

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This outline is also available in PDF.

Held: Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Summary: We use the techniques that we've learned so far (particularly numeric recursion and GIMP drawing tools) to build some interesting regular images. (You can decide whether or not it's art.)

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Notes:

• Reading for tomorrow: Characters and Strings.
• I will strive to make today a Sam just answers questions day.
• We may have prospectives on Friday. Fun fun fun! (If you object to using class time to annoy prospies, we can skip the fun.)
• EC for Today's CS and Disability talk (4:30 in Science 3821).
• EC for Wednesday's CS and Disability talk (4:15 in JRC101).
• EC for Thursday's convocation.
• EC for Thursday's "Teaching Millenials" CS Extra (4:30 in Science 3821).
• EC for Friday's "Computational Games" CS Extra (noon in Science 3821; Free Pizza; I'll need an approximate count on Wednesday).

Overview:

• Parallel lines, Concentric Circles, and Beyond.

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