This book reviews developments in hypergraphics from the perspectives of a variety of fields in art and science. It is concerned with visual models and visual thought and discusses the role of art in the discovery of technologically useful materials and techniques.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Geometry in Applied Science and Engineering 2. Speculations on Dimensionality, Valence and Aggregation 3. Algorithms, Structures and Models 4. Complex Relations in Urban and Regional Planning: An Application of Hypergraphics 5. Seeing Order: Systems and Symbol 6. Visual Comprehension of n-Dimensions 7. Displaying n-Dimensional Hyperobjects by Computer 8. Real-Time Computer Graphics Analysis of Figures in Four-Space 9. Randomness and Order in Sculptural Form 10. Ambiguous Structures 11. An Impossible Four-Dimensional Illusion