Innovation and Visualization: Trajectories, Strategies, and Myths

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Index
Achilles, 26, 28-30, 85; shield of, 7576
Adams, John Couch, 153, 235
Advertising, 14
Aeneid, 84-85, 261
Aeschylus, 185
Aesthetics, aesthetic theory, 11, 12, 14, 33, 41, 43, 227, 237, 238, 241, 243, 251, 253
Affresco, 92
Agatharchus, 185
Aidos, 29
Ainsworth, Marian, 100, 235, 239
Alberti, Leon Battista, 76, 87-94, 145, 147, 181-182, 215, 226, 235, 245, 259
Alchemist, 220, 253
Alchemy, 98, 220, 221, 241
Alcmaeon of Croton, 198, 199
Allegory of the Cave, see Plato
Ames-Lewis, Francis, 18, 235
Analogy, 30, 37-44, 95, 260
Anaxagoras, 23
Anaximander, 26, 249, 258
Anstis, Stuart, 203, 235
Archaeology, 11
Arista, 34
Aristotle, 16, 21, 26, 43, 50, 52, 53, 56-57, 69, 92, 95, 149, 185, 199, 235, 236, 245, 254
Arp, Hans, 168
Art, technique, 81-84
Art, what is art?, 13-15, 175-177
Ashberry, John, 76, 247
Ashton, Dore, 128, 236
Áte, 27
Aubert, Geneviève, 203, 236
Autostereogram, 211-213
Baars, Bernard, 150, 236
Babylon, 198
Baccei, Tom, 211
Bacon, Roger, 135
Bacon, Francis, 17, 236
Ball, Philip, 122, 220, 236
Baron-Cohen, Simon, 56, 62, 63, 236, 243
Baroque, 37, 183
Bartommeo Bonghi, 226
Baudelaire, Charles, 56, 132-133, 237
Bauhaus, 64, 221
Baumgarten, Alexander, 43-44, 106107, 237
BBC, 166, 252
Beck, James, 92, 237
Beck, Robert, 138, 237
Beethoven, Ludwig, 63
Bell Laboratories, 152
Bell, Charles, 57, 202, 237, 244
Bell, Clive, 44
Beltrami, Eugenio, 146
Binocular vision, 110-111, 261
Blake, William, 50-51, 237
Bleuler Eugene, 58, 238
Blue Rider Group, 64
Bolyai, Janos, 145, 146, 149
Bosanquet, Bernard, 84, 238
Botticelli, Sandro, 50
Bowman, Alan, 24, 238
Brahe, Tycho, 105
Braque, Georges, 157-158, 161, 163
Brewster, Sir David, 112, 124, 262
Bruegel, Pieter, 142
Brunelleschi, Filippo, 89, 91, 181, 251
Burckhardt, Jacob, 88, 239
Cajal, Ramón y. 199, 202, 239
Calder, Alexander, 168
Calotypes, 116
Cameron, Julia Margaret, 115, 116
Caravaggio, 161, 168
Carter, Rita, 47, 239
Cartesian grid, 179
CAVE, 189-191, 195, 257
Cennini, Cennino, 18, 88, 239
Cézanne, Paul, 63, 115, 123-129, 133, 157-160, 161, 165, 212, 215, 219,

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