Exploring the Arts Online with the Wolfram Language

Christopher Carlson
Proceedings of Bridges 2016: Mathematics, Music, Art, Architecture, Education, Culture (2016)
Pages 629–632


The Wolfram Language is one of the quickest paths from ideas to explorations, whether you’re working with graphics, sound, 3D structures, text, images, or pure math. A significant barrier to the use of the Wolfram Language has fallen recently with the introduction of the Wolfram Open Cloud, which lets anyone with a browser do Wolfram Language programming online. I’ll show you how to get started exploring with a free account, and we’ll explore together, sharing discoveries as we go.