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Computational biology


Growing complex biological shapes from patterns of gene expression

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Viewing three dimensional volume (microscopy) images

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Analysing shapes: faces, leaves and flowers

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Have you seen the original paintings? Do they exist?.

Algorithms


Vision: MSER's, extrema, filter-banks, Sieves and Scale-space

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Applications' of non-linear filter banks (sieves) and the art of light and shade

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These images were produced from photographs using ArtMaster (formally known as PhotoArtMaster). The software received many favourable reviews when it was released (e.g. "This software can give you a lot of satisfaction from your everyday photos", [1]

The final (so far unpublished) version of ArtMaster including code is downloadable from here. I cannot provide support but quite of lot of documentation is available within 'this document

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Reaction-diffusion and morphogenesis - the growth of shapes

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This image forms part of a 'journey' in the Science Museum of London's 'Journeys of Invention' iPad app.

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