The First Artificial Intelligence Coloring Book: Art and Computers | i |
 
title: The First Artificial Intelligence Coloring Book: Art and Computers
year: 1984
Bibliographic Entry

Cohen, Harold, et al. 1984. The First Artificial Intelligence Coloring Book: Art and Computers. 95 First Street, Los Altos, California 94022, USA:William Kaufmann, Inc.
Description

Harold Cohen realized this limitation of the available graphics equipment. His approach was to delegate only the job of drawing to the computer, for which he used a plotter, a CRT, or the funny- looking ’turtle’-a remotely controlled drawing vehicle. He colored the resulting line drawings later by hand, thus mixing automatic drawing and human painting styles. He recently published a series of his computer-generated line drawings in ‘The First Artificial Intelligence Coloring Book’ as an invitation to everyone to combine their creative efforts with those of the computer.’ [Dietrich, 1986]

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