»One Picture is Worth a Thousand Words« by Manfred R. Schroeder | i |
creators: Manfred R. Schroeder
title: One Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
year: 1968

Won the First Prize, Las Vegas 1968.

Programmed by Sue Hanauer.^

" .. we wanted to generate pictures that would be perceived as totally different depending on the viewing distance. Thus my prize-winning One Picture is Worth a Thousand Words would just look like printed letters and English text from nearby. But at intermediate viewing distances One Picture appeared to be a weaving pattern and finally, from afar, it would look like a human eye looking at you. "

Manfred R. Schroeder


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