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One-Liner Competition 2012: Congyi Hua's Honorable Mention Entry

This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 gives an overview of Congyi Hua's Honorable Mention entry, which generates an interactive map for finding the straight line distance between cities.

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Yu-Sung Chang, Vitaliy Kaurov, Chris Carlson, Zach Parcell
This video introduces the Mathematica experts who judged the user-submitted entries for the Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012.
Chris Carlson
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 highlights David Carraher's Honorable Mention entry, which combines Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha to produce an interface for exploring properties of countries.
Vitaliy Kaurov
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 features Yuncong Ma's Honorable Mention entry, which uses efficient programming techniques to generate beautiful fractals.
Yu-Sung Chang
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 showcases the neat programming tricks Bianca Eifert used to create an interactive periodic table in her Honorable Mention entry.
Chris Carlson
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 gives an overview of the programming techniques Myron Zhang used to generate an interactive world capitals quiz in his Honorable Mention entry.
Vitaliy Kaurov
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 details how Lingchuan Chen created an animation of elaborate fractal binary trees in less than 140 characters of Mathematica input in his Honorable Mention entry.
Yu-Sung Chang
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 highlights David Kahle's Honorable Mention entry, which produces a fun example using some of Mathematica's image processing functions.
Chris Carlson
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 gives an overview of Congyi Hua's Honorable Mention entry, which generates an interactive map for finding the straight line distance between cities.
Vitaliy Kaurov
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 features Xiang Li's Honorable Mention entry, which combines Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha to create an interactive interface for browsing movie posters of the Academy Award for Best Picture winners.
Chris Carlson
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 shows how Mark Holt used clever programming tricks to produce random musical forms and structures in his Honorable Mention entry.
Vitaliy Kaurov
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 gives an overview of the programming techniques Tyler Coy used in his Honorable Mention entry, which creates an interface that plays unique musical compositions.
Yu-Sung Chang
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 features Roman Osipov's Honorable Mention entry, an explorer of Venn diagrams for the complete set of Boolean functions of three variables.
Chris Carlson
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 showcases Sumit Sijher's Honorable Mention entry, which produces an interactive interface for exploring an amazing variety of patterns.
Vitaliy Kaurov
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 explains how Thomas Gutierrez produced an interactive visual and audio interpretation of particle data in his Honorable Mention entry.
Yu-Sung Chang
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 explains the programming tricks Yves Klett used to transform a sphere into a cow in his Honorable Mention entry.
Vitaliy Kaurov
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 shows Patricia Verrier's programming techniques for an impressionistic rendering of an image of the Earth in her Honorable Mention entry.
Yu-Sung Chang, Vitaliy Kaurov, Chris Carlson, Zach Parcell
This video from Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012 shows Boris Faleichik's Grand Prize entry, which generates a dynamic interface where particles follow the mouse position using just 140 characters of Mathematica input.
Yu-Sung Chang, Vitaliy Kaurov, Chris Carlson, Zach Parcell
Mathematica users from around the world tested their programming prowess in the Mathematica Experts Live: One-Liner Competition 2012. In this video, the judges discuss the impressive results of the winning entries.