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Computer Artwork Collection

"Unleashing the Imagination: Exploring the Boundless World of Computer Artwork" Step into a mesmerizing realm where creativity knows no limits

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Cuts of beef

Cuts of beef. Computer artwork illustrating primal and subprimal cuts of beef and their names. Primal cuts (shown with black dotted lines), are large areas of muscle sold to wholesale meat retailers

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Budding yeast cell

Budding yeast cell. Computer artwork of asection through a yeast ( Candida albicans )cell that is reproducing asexually. A daughtercell (top left) is budding from the parent cell

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Fibonacci spiral, artwork

Fibonacci spiral, artwork
Fibonacci spiral. Computer artwork of a spiral within squares whose sides decrease in length by a factor of 0.168. This number (phi) is derived from the golden ratio Phi (1.618)

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Astronaut footprints on the Moon

Astronaut footprints on the Moon. Computer artwork recreating a photograph of boot imprints left by astronauts on the Moon

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Motor and sensory homunculi

Motor and sensory homunculi
Sensory and motor homunculi. Computer artwork of a motor homunculus (left) and a sensory homunculus (right). Parts of the body are sized according to how much space the brain gives to processing

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Colour Blindness Test

Colour Blindness Test
Colour blindness test. Computer artwork of an Ishihara colour test card used to check for red- green colour blindness. The card is comprised of red and orange dots on a background of green dots

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Skeleton playing rugby

Skeleton playing rugby. Computer enhanced X- ray of a skeleton running with a rugby ball

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Muscular system on head

Muscular system on head
Muscular system on a head. Computer artwork showing the musculature of the side of a human males head. The muscles shown are skeletal muscles. These muscles are consciously controlled by the brain

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Balanced diet

Balanced diet, computer artwork. A balanced diet shown as segments of a pie. The pie shows what proportion of the diet should be made up of each of the major food groups

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: DNA molecule

DNA molecule, computer artwork. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is composed of two strands twisted into a double helix. Each strand consists of a sugar-phosphate backbone attached to nucleotide bases

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Calabai-yau manifolds

Calabai-yau manifolds
Calabi-yau manifolds. Computer artwork of calabi- yau manifolds. These six-dimensional shapes are thought to be the location of the extra six dimensions (on top of the four known to exist)

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Light refraction

Light refraction
Refraction. Computer artwork of white light being refracted as it passes through an equilateral triangular prism. Light changes direction, or is refracted

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Alien, artwork

Alien, artwork
Alien, computer artwork

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Double-stranded RNA molecule

Double-stranded RNA molecule. Computer model of the structure of double-stranded RNA (ribonucleic acid). The majority of RNA in a cell is in the single-stranded form

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Nuclear bomb explosion, illustration

Nuclear bomb explosion, illustration
Nuclear bomb explosion, computer illustration

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: DNA molecule

DNA molecule. Computer artwork of a molecule of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) with the chemical formulas of its components. DNA is composed of two sugar-phosphate backbones (blue)

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Brachiosaurus dinosaurs

Brachiosaurus dinosaurs at water, computer artwork. Brachiosaurus was the tallest dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It could weigh up to 70 tons

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: UFOs over statues

UFOs over statues
UFOs over Easter Island statues. Computer artwork of spacecraft (unidentified flying objects, UFOs) hovering over moai statues

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Internet computer code

Internet computer code. Lines of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), the language used by programmers to develop web sites. HTML code is written in text form

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Skeleton drinking, X-ray

Skeleton drinking, X-ray
Human skeleton walking. Computer artwork based on an X-ray of a full human skeleton walking. The 206 bones provide protection & structural support, and the joints allow locomotion

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Avian flu virus

Avian flu virus, computer artwork. A virus is a tiny pathogenic particle comprising genetic material enclosed in a protein coat. The coat contains surface proteins (spikes)

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Vitruvian man with flare in chest

Vitruvian man with flare in chest
Vitruvian man with flare across his chest, conceptual computer artwork. Leonardo da Vincis famous anatomical sketch is shown here with a bright flare across his chest

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Solar system planets

Solar system planets. Artwork of the eight planets of the solar system arrayed from right to left in order of their distance from the Sun. The size of each planet is to scale

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Nervous system

Nervous system. Computer artwork of the principle nerve pathways of the human body. The brain (top centre) and the spinal cord (down centre) comprise the central nervous system (CNS)

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Dark matter distribution

Dark matter distribution. Image 3 of 4. Supercomputer simulation, known as the Millennium Run, showing the distribution of dark matter in the local universe

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: ITER fusion research reactor

ITER fusion research reactor, computer artwork. ITER, the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, is being designed to test the principles surrounding the generation of power from nuclear

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Nerve cell

Nerve cell. Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called a neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Quantised orbits of the planets

Quantised orbits of the planets
Quantum orbits of the planets. Conceptual computer artwork showing the planets of the solar system on a model of atomic orbitals

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Brachiosaurus dinosaur

Brachiosaurus dinosaur, artwork. Brachiosaurus was the tallest dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It could weigh up to 70 tons

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Megalodon shark and great white

Megalodon shark and great white
Megalodon shark (Carcharodon megalodon), computer artwork. A great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) is shown below it at the same scale

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Earth from space

Earth from space. Computer artwork of a gibbous Earth, seen from space

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Periodic table

Periodic table, computer artwork. This table shows the chemical elements arranged in order of atomic number (the number of protons in the nucleus)

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Spiral fractal

Spiral fractal, computer artwork

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Quasicrystal

Quasicrystal. Computer model of a quasicrystal pattern. The crystals are a type of solid structure where there is long-range order with five-fold symmetry, which results in a non- repeating pattern

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Dragon tail fractal

Dragon tail fractal, computer artwork

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Secondary structure of proteins, artwork

Secondary structure of proteins, artwork
Secondary structure of proteins, computer artwork. The secondary structure is the shape taken by the strands of proteins, which are biological polymers of amino acids

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Herpes virus replicating

Herpes virus replicating, computer artwork.Viruses are only able to replicate in a host cell.The glycoprotein spikes in the virus envelope(green)

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Chakra energy points, computer artwork

Chakra energy points, computer artwork
Chakra points. Computer artwork of a woman showing the location of the seven basic chakras. Chakras are believed by followers of Hinduism to be spiritual energy points along the human body

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Skeleton playing football

Skeleton playing football. Computer enhanced X- ray of a skeleton bouncing a football off his knee

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Multiple universes

Multiple universes. Conceptual computer artwork of many Earths, representing the many worlds quantum theory. This theory is an attempt to explain the fundamental uncertainty of quantum theory

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Perovskite crystal structure

Perovskite crystal structure. Perovskite is the name for the mineral calcium titanium oxide (CaTiO3). It forms a crystal structure that is very common in oxide minerals

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: 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

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: 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

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Upper body skeleton, computer artwork

Upper body skeleton, computer artwork
Upper body skeleton. Computer artwork of a human skeleton showing the bones of the upper body. At the top is the base of the skull and the jaw bone

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Beagle 2 landing on Mars

Beagle 2 landing on Mars
Beagle 2 probe landing on Mars, computer artwork. Its heat shield is glowing as it falls through the Martian atmosphere. This British probe was carried to Mars by the European Space Agencys Mars

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Space walk

Space walk. Composite computer artwork of an astronaut working on the outside of a spacecraft. He is performing a space walk or EVA (extravehicular activity). Part of the Earth can be seen behind him

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Black hole

Black hole, computer artwork. Planets, moons, stars, radiation and other matter are all spiralling into the black hole, dragged by immense gravitational forces

Background imageComputer Artwork Collection: Holographic games machine, artwork

Holographic games machine, artwork
Holographic games console. Computer artwork of a games machine that uses a hologram to display a 3-D image. Players would be able to watch their game character from any direction



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"Unleashing the Imagination: Exploring the Boundless World of Computer Artwork" Step into a mesmerizing realm where creativity knows no limits, as computer artwork takes center stage. Like cuts of beef in a culinary masterpiece, each stroke and pixel blend seamlessly to create captivating visuals that defy reality. With the precision of a Fibonacci spiral, artists harness mathematical beauty to breathe life into their creations. Just like astronaut footprints on the Moon, these digital masterpieces leave an indelible mark on our perception of art. Delve deeper into this artistic universe and discover the motor and sensory homunculi – intricate depictions that unravel the mysteries of human perception. Or test your color vision with vibrant hues reminiscent of a Color Blindness Test, unveiling new perspectives through chromatic exploration. Prepare for unexpected surprises as you witness a skeleton playing rugby; an amalgamation where sports meet mortality in an extraordinary display. Marvel at the budding yeast cell, showcasing nature's delicate balance between growth and transformation. Venture further still and uncover astonishing wonders such as the muscular system intricately mapped onto a head or quasicrystals shimmering with infinite possibilities. Dive deep into science's secrets with double-stranded RNA molecules intertwining like dancers or DNA molecules revealing our very essence encoded within its helix structure. And let us not forget about brachiosaurus dinosaurs roaming majestically across digital landscapes - bridging ancient history with modern technology in awe-inspiring ways. In this vast world lies boundless potential for imagination to run wild. So join us on this journey where pixels become brushstrokes and algorithms transform into breathtaking visions – because here is where art transcends boundaries and dreams come alive before your eyes.