Infleunces of Electromagnetic Theory on Modern Art

This article deals in particular with the influences of electromagnetic theory (and its findings) on modern art, especially in the second half of the ... History - Painting - Photography - Digital art - art - electromagnetic waves - image processing - electromagnetic theory - Young-Helmholtz-Maxwell theory - color photography - image-processing systems - digital art - History - electromagnetic theory - art
Author:  Asim Egemen Yilmaz

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