The International Journal of Creative Computing describes creative computing as follows:
Creative computing refers to a meta-technology to coalesce knowledge in computing and other disciplines. People use computers as aids to creativity and creative-computing topics may reshape the world as we know it. Applications are seen in arts, entertainment/games, mobile applications, multimedia, product/web design and other interactive systems.
A number of university degree programmes in Creative Computing exist, for example at:
|Edited by||Hongji Yang|
|Int. J. Creat. Comput.|
The International Journal of Creative Computing is a quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Inderscience Publishers, covering creativity in computing and the other way around. The editor-in-chief is Hongji Yang (Bath Spa University).
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