The hosted materials consist of the image and data files needed in the exercises as well as the image processing software PixelMath2015.
The following links lead to the materials associated with each chapter of the text.
(Note: It has been reported in 2021 that PixelMath2015 should be used with Java version 11 or earlier and NOT with Java 16. Downloadable builds of Java 11 are available for Windows, Mac, and Linux at this Microsoft website: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/java/openjdk/download).
An example of using PixelMath for investigating genetic art has been provided by Krish Jain, of the Lake Washington School District. (Summer, 2019).
News on how PixelMath is used at the Steward School for mathematics-and-art activites (October, 2016).
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last updated: 4 November 2016.