Exploring the Arts Online with the Wolfram Language

Christopher Carlson
Proceedings of Bridges 2016: Mathematics, Music, Art, Architecture, Education, Culture (2016)
Pages 629–632 Workshop Papers


The Wolfram Language is one of the quickest paths from ideas to explorations, whether you’re working with graphics, sound, 3D structures, text, images, or pure math. A significant barrier to the use of the Wolfram Language has fallen recently with the introduction of the Wolfram Open Cloud, which lets anyone with a browser do Wolfram Language programming online. I’ll show you how to get started exploring with a free account, and we’ll explore together, sharing discoveries as we go.