MATHEMATICA
ONE-LINER COMPETITION

It's baaack! The One-Liner Competition at this year's Wolfram Technology Conference once again gave attendees the chance to show the world how much bang Mathematica can deliver per programming buck!

The challenge was to deliver the most impressive and surprising effects that can be achieved with 140 characters or less of Mathematica code. Outputs of all sorts were encouraged, from sound and graphics to math, text, and animations. Submissions were blind-judged by a panel of Wolfram Research employees, and prizes were awarded for first, second, and third place.

First PlaceFirst Place
Think Mathematica
by Zdeněk Buk

Think Mathematica

Think Mathematica
Second PlaceSecond Place
Translating Chinese Characters
to a Folk-Like Melody

by Anton Antonov

Translating Chinese Characters to a Folk-Like Melody

Translating Chinese Characters to a Folk-Like Melody
Third PlaceThird Place
Frame of Reference
by by Yves Klett

Frame of Reference

Frame of Reference