The purpose of the SCIENAR Project is to stimulate and develop links between Science and Art.
SCIENAR has been constructed around three emblematic scenarios where Science and Art intersect. These scenarios are:
The Birth of Mathematics in Antiquity: Arithmetic and Geometry
The Development of Maths from the Renaissance to 1900: Perspective and Symmetry
The Mathematics of the 20th Century: Curvature, Motion, Relativity and Chaos
Each scenario has been assigned to a different historical age and these three ages each have a menu page on this SCIENAR DVD. The three ages are: Antiquity, Renaissance and Modern Times.
This software was designed and constructed by Nicholas Mee and John Eastwood.
The SCIENAR Partners Page
The SCIENAR website
Thank you to everyone who has provided examples of their work for this DVD.
This project has been funded with support from the Culture Programme of the European Union
SCIENAR - Scientific Scenarios and Art - is an EACEA-CULTURE projectAGREEMENT NUMBER – 2008-2254/001-001 CTU-MECOAN
The contents of this DVD and its associated website reflect the views of the authors and the European Comission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of this information.
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