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Stewart Dickson, CREATING TACTILE CAPTIONS IN THREE-DIMENSIONAL COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN Proceedings of CSUN 2004 Conference on Technology and Persons with DisabilitiesIvars Peterson, "Fragments of Infinity: A Kaleidescope of Math and Art", 2001 Wiley, ISBN: 0-471-16558-1. An image by Stewart Dickson is included in this volume.
Audrey Doyle, " Pioneering Prototypes," Computer Graphics World Volume 23, Number 9 (September, 2000).
George Fifield, "From the Mind Into Matter", Communication Arts Magazine, March/April 2000.
" In the News", Digital Fine Art Magazine, Spring, 2000
Marsh, et al.; A.r.t.: Art, Research, Theory; Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1999; ISBN 0195507177.
Stewart Dickson, " Applications of Shape Modeling to Internet Communication", International Journal of Shape Modeling (IJSM) June 1999 (Volume 5, Number 1)
Diana Augaitis, Douglas MacLeod and Mary Anne Moser, eds.; Immersed in Technology: Art and Virtual Environments 1996 MIT Press, ISBN 0-262-13314-8. The Topological Slide by Michael Scroggins and Stewart Dickson is documented in this volume.
Barry Cipra, What's Happening in the Mathematical Sciences, volume 2, (1994) Cover photographs by Stewart Dickson accompany Cipra's article on Andrew Wiles' announced proof of Fermat's Last Theorem.
Donald Hearn, M. Pauline Baker, Computer Graphics, Second Edition, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc., 1994. The images of Stewart Dickson are reproduced in this volume. (pp. 16, 26)
Larry Joel Goldstein, Precalculus and Its Applications, Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown, Publishers, 1994. An image of Stewart Dickson appears as the cover illustration of this volume.
John K. Bates, "Silicon Surfer", WIRED magazine, June, 1994. An article about a virtual reality project by Stewart Dickson in collaboration with Michael Scroggins, (California Institute of the Arts) at the Art and Virtual Environments program, Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta Canada.
John K. Bates, "Cyberspace Pipeline", Surfer magazine, Vol. 35, No. 4, (April. 1994). An article about a virtual reality project by Stewart Dickson in collaboration with Michael Scroggins, (California Institute of the Arts) at the Art and Virtual Environments program, Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta Canada.
John K. Bates, "The Pipeline of Cyberspace", Australia's Surfing Life, Vol. 67 (April. 1994). An article about a virtual reality project by Stewart Dickson in collaboration with Michael Scroggins, (California Institute of the Arts) at the Art and Virtual Environments program, Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta Canada.
Marshall Burns, Automated Fabrication: Improving Productivity in Manufacturing, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1993. (pp. 150, 155, 217)
Morris W. Firebaugh, Computer Graphics: Tools for Visualization, Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown, Publishers, 1993. The images of Stewart Dickson are reproduced in this volume. (p. 425)
Stewart Dickson, "True 3D Computer Modeling: Sculpture of Numerical Abstraction," LEONARDO volume 25, nos. 3 & 4 (1992). Reprinted in: Michele Emmer, ed., The Visual Mind, Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, 1993.
Marquis Who's Who, Who's Who in the West, 24th edition; New Providence, New Jersey 1993.
Annik He'mery, "Les Sculptures Impossibles de Dickson", NOV'Art, (le journal d'ART 3000) Fevrier-Avril, 1993. (FRANCE)
Stewart Dickson, William Villarreal; "Video Signal Processing System", United States Patent 5,191,416, March 2, 1993.
Stewart Dickson, "Forging a Career as a Sculptor from a Career as a Computer Programmer", Clifford Pickover, ed.; Visions of the Future: Art, Technology and Computing in the 21st Century, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993.
Stewart Dickson, "Forging a Career as a Sculptor from a Career as a Computer Programmer", Clifford Pickover, ed.; Speculations in Science and Technology, Volume 15, number 4, 1992, Science and Technology Lettres, UK.
Stewart Dickson, "True 3D Computer Modeling: Sculpture of Numerical Abstraction," LEONARDO, Volume 25, numbers 3 & 4, 1992 Special Issue on Visual Mathematics, the Journal of the International Society of Arts, Science and Technology (ISAST).
Stewart Dickson, Jun Kojima, "Mathematica World, Wonderful Graphics Drawn by Computer", Newton, Volume 12, Number 7 (June 1992). Japanese popular science magazine.
Renaud de La Taille, "Les maths en 3 dimensions", Science et Vie, No. 892, January, 1992. An article about the work of Stewart Dickson appears in this French popular science magazine.
Robertson, Barbara, "Roll Over Rodin (High-Tech Sculpture)", (cover article) Computer Graphics World, Volume 15, Number 3, March, 1992.
Margo Ross, "Sculpting the Impossible Form", Plastics & You, quarterly journal of the Society of the Plastics Industry, Winter, 1992.
Michele Emmer, Le Bolle di Sapone: Viaggio tra Arte, Scienza e Fantasia, Firenze: La Nuova Italia Editore, 1991. Computer graphics and photographs of sculpture by Stewart Dickson appear in this book.
Illustration: Judges' Choices, Print Magazine / IDEA Computer Art and Design Annual, Number 1, Print, Volume 45, Number 7, November, 1991. Two images, created using Mathematica(R) by Stewart Dickson were selected for publication.
Dickson, Stewart; Graphics Gallery: "Many-Handled Surfaces"; The Mathematica Journal, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp. 51-58, (Spring, 1991), Addison-Wesley, publishers. A page of text was included with 14 images depicting a method invented by Stewart Dickson for constructing a geodesic modular hull of non-spherical topology.
Pickover, Clifford, PhD., Computers and the Imagination: Visual Adventures from Beyond the Edge, St. Martin's Press, 1991, pp. 5, 364. A photograph of a stereolithograph by Stewart Dickson appears with a caption and Appendix on Scherk's Surface.
Peterson, Ivars, (Mathematics and Physics Editor), "Plastic Math", Science News, Volume 140, No. 5, pp. 72-73, August 3, 1991. The work of Stewart Dickson was used as the cover illustration of this issue. This article has been reprinted in the 1991 Grolier Encyclopaedia Yearbook.
Stewart Dickson, "The Sculptor's Apprentice;" SIGGRAPH '91 Show Daily, glossy color newspaper published by Computer Graphics World; Thursday, August 1, 1991.
Stewart Dickson, Andrew Hanson; "23&24. Fermat's Last Theorem, N=3;" SIGGRAPH '91 Stereo Slide Set, ACM/SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics, Vol. 26, No. 1.
Stewart Dickson; "25&26. Steiner's Quartic Surface;" SIGGRAPH '91 Stereo Slide Set, ACM/SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics, Vol. 26, No. 1.
A computer graphic created by Stewart Dickson accompanied the publication of the announcement of Mathematica(R) version 2.0 which appeared in the February, 1991 issue of MacWorld Magazine and the three issues (July 30 through August 1) of the SIGGRAPH '91 Show Daily, published by Computer Graphics World.
Silvio Levy, "2.0 Stars at 1991 Mathematica Conference", The Mathematica Journal; Volume 1, issue 3, page 10, (Winter, 1991), Addison-Wesley Publishers. A paragraph and a picture were dedicated to the Stereolithographic sculpture of Stewart Dickson in a News article about the 1991 Mathematica Conference.
Antti Kari; "El Art;" Retretti, newsletter of the Retretti Art Centre, Punkaharju, Finland, 1991. The article contained an image created by Stewart Dickson.
Diana Mahoney, Associate Editor; "Art Appreciation," Computer Graphics World; volume 14, number 4 (April, 1991). An article describing the computer-designed sculpture of Stewart Dickson.
Stewart Dickson, "Stereolithography of Mathematical Surfaces," Resin Aspects Newsletter, Special Edition 26 (1991). published by Ciba-Geigy, Ltd. Basel, Switzerland. This issue contained a computer graphic and a photograph of a Stereolithograph by Stewart Dickson.
Stewart Dickson; "Three-Dimensional Printing: Manufacturing the Impossible/Sculpture of Numerical Abstraction," Proceedings of the IMAGINA Tenth Monte-Carlo Forum on New Images, Monte-Carlo, Monaco, January 30, February 1, 1991.
Stewart Dickson; Creating Sculpture from Mathematica(R); The Proceedings of the 1991 Mathematica Conference, San Francisco, California, January 12-15, 1991.
Renice Wernette, Stewart Dickson, Joe Grohens, Mathematica as Artistic Medium; Catalogue of the 1991 Mathematica Conference Graphics Gallery.
Stephen Wolfram, Mathematica, a System for Doing Mathematics by Computer, Second Edition, Addison-Wesley Publishers, 1990. Twenty-five illustrations are included, made using Mathematica(R) by Stewart Dickson.
Stewart Dickson, "Graphics Gallery: Minimal Surfaces", The Mathematica Journal Volume 1, Number 1, pp. 38-41, (Summer 1990), Addison-Wesley Publishers.
Stewart Dickson; "Manufacturing the Impossible Soap Bubble", IRIS Universe, Number 12, May, 1990, Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Stewart Dickson; "On Electronic Strings in Live Performance: Design and Construction of an Electroacoustic Monochord", Perspectives of New Music, Vol 20, Nos. 1 and 2; New York: Bard College, 1982, pp. 623-639.
Stewart Dickson; "Stringed Musical Instrument with Electrical Feedback", United States Patent 4,248,120; Feb 3, 1981, (Electroacoustic Monochord).
1992; Four Stereolithographic sculptures by Stewart Dickson appear in the scene, "Sebastian Timms' Office, Virtual Space Industries" in the Brett Leonard film, The Lawnmower Man, by New Line Cinema. Based on a short story by Stephen King about an idiot savant and a supercomputer, the film deals with human issues of the virtual reality which can be created in the computer.
April, 1991, excerpts of an interview with Stewart Dickson appeared in a program, Imagina '91 There's After, produced by Canal+ and aired in Spring, 1991 on France National Television.
1991; Mathematica(R), A System for doing Mathematics by computer, Version 2.0. Numerous images by Stewart Dickson appear in the start-up pages of the software versions for computing platforms having graphical user interfaces, (e.g., Apple Macintosh, NeXT, Microsoft Windows).