Researching an early computer image, Mona by the Numbers (aka Digital Mona Lisa) created in 1965 by H. Philip Peterson

Hello,

My name is Andy Patros and I am new to this group.  

I have been conducting research on an early computer image created in 1965 by H. Philip Peterson called Mona by the Numbers (and it is aka the Digital Mona Lisa).

I've maintained a website with information about this image at http://www.digitalmonalisa.com.  

Also here is a link to various photos of the Mona, http://www.digitalmonalisa.com/mona_pics_8162015.

I've learned much about Mr. Peterson and his Mona project, but am always looking for more information and insight, so I'm asking the group if anyone is aware of this innovative piece from the past?  

I look forward very much to having a dialogue about this image.

Please feel free to engage with me whether you have knowledge of this image or not.  I've found that discussions always lead to more learning for both parties.

Thank you for your consideration.

Regards,

Andy Patros

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If it is not too late, there are some data on my website diccan : http://diccan.com/Eipp.htm#Peterson

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