Mathematics Experiences Through Image Processing (METIP)
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|Steve Tanimoto; Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering, Univ. of Washington|
|A project designed to produce and test materials that promote digital image processing as a means of motivating K-12 students in mathematics and to teach mathematical concepts, encouraging teachers and students to experiment first-hand with digital images using the Color Pixel Calculator (see the actual numbers representing pixels), and Color XFORM (a way to compute many transformations on images), free for Macs and PCs. The Image Warper, which allows users to warp monochrome images through various operations such as axis stretching, rotation, and translation, is also available free, for Windows only. Pixel Calculator Activities by Lauren Bricker are on the Web.|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)|
|Resource Types:||Graphics, Lesson Plans and Activities, General Software Miscellaneous|
|Math Topics:||Art, Computer Science|
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