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Choose from 892 pictures in our Computer collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Alan Turing, British mathematician Featured Print

Alan Turing, British mathematician

Alan Turing. Caricature of the British mathematician Alan Turing (1912-54). In 1937 Turing described a theoretical computer (a Turing machine) in rigorous mathematical terms, formalising the previously vague concept of computability. During the Second World War he worked as a code breaker at Bletchley Park, Britain's codebreaking centre. In 1939-40 Turing and Cambridge mathematician, Gordon Welchman, designed the British Bombe, which could break any Enigma-enciphered message. In later years he worked on Artificial Intelligence, devising the Turing test to decide whether a computer can be thought of as truly intelligent'. Turing committed suicide when prosecuted for his homosexuality, a criminal offence at the time


Air traffic visualisation Featured Print

Air traffic visualisation

Air traffic visualisation. Computer artwork of air traffic over the USA. This image is one frame from an animation of air traffic over a 24-hour period. Air traffic data from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) was plotted using a programming language called Processing and animated using Adobe After Effects and Maya. Plot colour and size were assigned based on aircraft type, location and altitude. This frame shows flight activity over the east coast of USA (right), west coast (left), central USA (centre), Florida and the Caribbean (lower right). The full animation reveals up to 19, 000 aircraft flying over the USA at any one time. Created by Aaron Koblin, design and media arts researcher, University of California, USA


Internet blog map Featured Print

Internet blog map

Internet blog map. Computer generated map showing relationships between internet weblogs (blogs). Blogs are internet sites where entries are made in journal style and shown in reverse chronological order. Blogs usually feature a large number of links to other sites. The blogging community is known as the blogosphere. This map shows blogs as nodes (coloured spots) and lines represent the links between them. Nodes within the centre are blogs based on technical discussion and gadgetry. Nodes at the outer part of the sphere are non- technical blogs that link to the centre. Colours represent the URL, where blogs hosted at the same domain have the same colour. This image was created by Matthew Hurst