[SIGCIS-Members] Sources/Lit on history of pixelization
willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Wed Nov 15 21:48:39 PST 2017
As I recall Salvadore Dali's "Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea
which at Twenty Meters Becomes the Portrait of Abraham Lincoln"* was
alleged to have been based on Harmon's work. But it's all about
achieving recognition, I suppose.
On 16/11/2017 01:52, McMillan, William W wrote:
> Hi, Gili.
> Interesting topic.
> Leon Harmon's well-known work on facial recognition in which he produced the pixelated images of Washington and Lincoln wasn't about censoring, of course, but it's implicit that extreme transformations would prevent recognition.
> The Recognition of Faces. Scientific American (1973 Nov) 229(5):71-82.
> - Bill
> From: Members [members-bounces at lists.sigcis.org] on behalf of Gili Vidan [gvidan at g.harvard.edu]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2017 7:16 PM
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> Subject: [SIGCIS-Members] Sources/Lit on history of pixelization
> Hello SIGCIS,
> I’m wondering if anyone knows about scholarship on the history of pixelization as a technique for partially censoring visual content?
> I am advising an undergraduate student who’d like to write about the subject and not sure where to direct her efforts.
> Gili Vidan
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