In Photos: Art for Robots

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Credit: Ashley Zelinskie
Could art be made in such a way that both humans and computers can understand and appreciate it? In an attempt to bridge gap in art perception by humans…Read More »

and robots, Ashley Zelinskie, a Brooklyn-based artist uses 3D-printing to create sculptures made of computer’s basic language, the binary code. Zelinskie’s project, called “Reverse Abstraction,” includes simple geometrical objects, representations of mathematical constants and recreation of masterpiece paintings in hexadecimal code.    Less «
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