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Op Art on 2D Regions and 3D Surfaces

This Demonstration shows 2D regions and 3D surfaces textured with op art modules from Slavik Jablan [1, 2].

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For more on modularity and designing complex systems with a few standardized basic units, see [2, p. 36].
All function definitions are from the Wolfram Language & System Documentation Center [4].
References
[1] S. Jablan. "Modularity in Art." (Nov 28, 2016) modularity.tripod.com/osn.htm.
[2] S. Jablan, The Vasarely Playhouse, Pécs, Hungary: Association for South-Pannon Museums, 2011.
[3] S. Jablan and K. Fenyvesi, "The Vasarely Playhouse: Look and Combine!," in Proceedings of Bridges 2011, Pécs, Hungary (R. Sarhangi and C. H. Séquin, eds.), Phoenix: Tessellations, pp. 633–636. archive.bridgesmathart.org/2011/bridges2011-633.html.
[4] Wolfram Language & System Documentation Center—A Wolfram Web Resource. reference.wolfram.com/language.
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