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energy patterns

from a long term collaboration with video artist and inventor, Paul Baker

Added on 02.03.2010 by Jorge Boehringer

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Recycling Fair @ Prague College

Your Student Council is happy to announce an opening of a Recycling Fair! Recycling Fair is a fun day event which brings together buyers and sellers from the Prague College Community. Expect to find students and lecturers selling their items, including toys, games, hardware, books, dvds, cds, food and much more. Read more details in news here ----> http://student.praguecollege.cz/news-all/#news-0-7

Added on 01.03.2010 by Events Prague College

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Lecture: Matthew Moore - Concepts in Photography

Matthew Moore will give a talk on Monday, February 22 at 6.30 pm at Prague College Studios. The Workshop will take place following Wednesday, February 24 between 9 am -10.30 am and the follow up on Wednesday, March 2nd at the same time. Read more about Matthew Moore on his website http://moorephotographs.com/

Added on 17.02.2010 by Events Prague College

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Ideas in Context Essay Cover

6,000 words dissertation on Russian Constructivism, in magazine format. Cover inspired by El Lissitzky.

Added on 04.02.2010 by Laetitia Desroches

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Corporate Identity Diagram

Identifying the logic of the identity of a corporation, using graphic elements to portray the best fit solution for such a tedious message!

Added on 04.02.2010 by Laetitia Desroches

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monster_resized.mov

Result of Assignment 1b - Stop Motion Animation (Animation Techniques, HND IM)

Added on 03.02.2010 by Jana Satoriova

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kazatchok_final_SOUND_INCLUDED_full.avi

Result of Assignment 1c - Flash Animation (Animation Techniques, HND IM)

Added on 30.01.2010 by Jana Satoriova

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LECTURE ---> Fractal Geometry: Algorithms and Beauty

Join us for an open lecture by Stefano Cavagnetto which illustrates some of the ideas underpinning work by Prague College staff and students this semester across the disciplines of art and computing. Prague College Studios | Polska 26 Thursday, January 28 Starts at 6:30 pm The main aim of this talk is to illustrate how algorithms effectively generate an amazing world of fractals. Classical Euclidean geometry deals with objects which exist in integer dimensions; fractal geometry works with objects in non-integer dimensions. While Euclidean geometry is a description of lines, curves, ellipses, etc. fractal geometry is described in algorithms, i.e. set of instructions. These set of instructions might produce rough or fragmented geometric shapes that can be split into parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of the whole (Mandelbrot, 1982). The overall process gives rise to an unexpected beauty which can be depicted by beautiful shapes.

Added on 27.01.2010 by Events Prague College

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Photography

Photographs

Added on 19.01.2010 by Jakub Gerhardt

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연을 蓮을 그리며

Book cover for korean client

Added on 18.01.2010 by Tomas Pichal

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