A new display of art generated through computer coding is on display at the Marshall Public Library.
The computer-generated art display titled "The Coded Image" was created by an employee of the library, John Bickelhaupt, who used lines of special coding to generate different geometric shapes and patterns.
On display you can see the various images and even some of the code that he used to create them, including some of his own work that he drew by hand.
Eric Suess, Director at Marshall Public Library said, "John is one of our employees and he's done some really neat things with computer coding to create art and that's become a fairly important thing. There's a lot of really neat things that are done with the computer."
The computer generated art will be on display through March.