numeric photography
an exhibition of
computational expression in the context of scene-capture, image-play, and interaction

Students from Professor John Maeda's graduate Numeric Photography class at the MIT Media Laboratory present an exhibition of digital artworks which blend photography and computation.  Equipped with low-end digital cameras, students created weekly software projects to explore aesthetic issues in signal processing and interaction design. The results are more than a hundred Java applets—many of which are interactive—that suggest new avenues for image-play on the computer.

Right: a composite image whose cells contain example images of each student's work. Cell boundaries were blended with custom software developed by mas961 student Marc Downie.