|Published online: August 4, 2014||Free Download|
Images can be transformed in many ways. Some ways, such as conformal mappings, allow the image to maintain its integrity and keep the original image identifiable. This paper analyzes different uses for these types of functions in the visual arts and utilizes neuroscience to underline their importance.
|Keywords:||Conformal Mapping, Anamorphosis, Stereographic Projection, Photography, Digital Art, Theory of Perception|
Graduate Student, Département des Études Cinématographiques, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada