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Form and function: A magazine cover like no otherForm and function: A magazine cover like no other

Form and function: A magazine cover like no other

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The cover of the June issue of AOPA Pilot magazine is certainly striking. But it also includes some unusual images for you to find. Have you completed the challenge?

On the right-hand side of the magazine's table of contents page, it asks readers to find the first general aviation aircraft to fly in space, hidden in the cover photo mosaic made up of more than 2,000 GA images.

Robert Silvers of Runaway Technology Inc. invented the technology called Photomosaics. In this case he used a group of smaller images to create a larger rendition of a Lancair Columbia 400.

For the answer to the challenge, some trivia, and more about Silvers' work, see our special Web page.

May 30, 2005

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