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RE: Iris as Computer Art

You write
>  I am currently studying computer graphics and am interested in
>iris art on the computer......   We found a company called Iris Art in 
Silicon >Valley....

I am afraid I can't help you with web sites for Iris art, I myself scan many 
Iris photos and then make magnets from them. As far as the "Iris Art in 
Silicon Valley goes it probably refers to a type of print called an Iris Print 
which is a specific way of producing digital art.

Jefrie Jenkins
Kent, WA  Zone 5

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