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thegenerativeproject:

xtra stringy

thegenerativeproject:

xtra stringy

becojo:

Created for the exhibition uP organized by Create An Accident

The algorithm places circles that sorts the pixels inside them. When those circles meet, they form a union by giving their lighter and darker pixels to each other. The result shows a work of computational collaboration in the placement of the pixels. The grid applied to help distract the eyes from the patterns and encourage the enjoyment of the overall effervescence of the resulting image.

becojo:

Created for the exhibition uP organized by Create An Accident

The algorithm places circles that sorts the pixels inside them. When those circles meet, they form a union by giving their lighter and darker pixels to each other. The result shows a work of computational collaboration in the placement of the pixels. The grid applied to help distract the eyes from the patterns and encourage the enjoyment of the overall effervescence of the resulting image.

fyprocessing:

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Marius Watz

CircGrid03A 0010 (by Marius Watz)  Grid Distortions

Highly recommend visiting the flickr stream for more !  Interesting translations from drawing to sculptural objects….matt-niebuhr

Marius Watz is an artist working with visual abstrac­tion through gen­er­a­tive sys­tems. After aban­doning his studies in Computer Science, he pur­sued graphic design and media art in par­allel, becoming known for his hard-edged geo­metric com­po­si­tions and bold use of colors. After win­ning mul­tiple awards for his design work, he was fea­tured in I.D. Magazine’s “40 under 30” list in 2000.
In 2002 Watz quit design to focus on his art­work, exploring soft­ware processes as an aes­thetic medium. He has since exhib­ited at venues like Todaysart (The Hague), Künstlerhaus (Vienna), Melkweg (Amsterdam), ITAU Cultural (São Paulo) and Club Transmediale (Berlin). He con­tinues to explore the bound­aries of code as method, pro­ducing work that ranges from real­time soft­ware works to phys­ical output using dig­ital fab­ri­ca­tion technology.
In 2005 Watz founded Generator.x, a cura­to­rial plat­form that has resulted in a series of events related to gen­er­a­tive art and design, including a con­fer­ence, a trav­el­ling exhi­bi­tion and an audio­vi­sual con­cert tour. The most recent incar­na­tion, Generator.x 2.0, focused on dig­ital fab­ri­ca­tion and com­pu­ta­tional archi­tec­tural processes and was a part of the Club Transmediale 2008 festival.
Watz is a lec­turer at the Oslo School of Architecture and at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Department of design. He presents work­shops and lec­tures on com­pu­ta­tional aes­thetics, live cinema and dig­ital fab­ri­ca­tion. He also does audio­vi­sual per­for­mances with musi­cian Alexander Rishaug.
Marius Watz is rep­re­sented by [DAM]Berlin. He is cur­rently based in Oslo and New York.

http://mariuswatz.com/
www.unlekker.net

http://www.shapeshifters.be/shapeshifters-2010

Thanks to http://nearlya.tumblr.com/

Marius was briefly on Tumblr. I wish he was still around in these parts.
thegenerativeproject:

Pat on the back for me, this is looking a bit more natural. The fixed end conditions cause the inverted waveform to be deflected back.
Initial conditions are velocity = cos(x)^2 and displacement = sin(x)^2, for make more interesting of string

thegenerativeproject:

Pat on the back for me, this is looking a bit more natural. The fixed end conditions cause the inverted waveform to be deflected back.

Initial conditions are velocity = cos(x)^2 and displacement = sin(x)^2, for make more interesting of string

michalhblog:

I took photo of flowers and playing with a new algorithm I’m working on now. All images here created from the same program and changing parameters.

I wish to create Embroidery like from a photo.

Working with Processing as usual, and with PImage, Filters…

Process 21 with elements visible

Process 21