Inspired by Comet 67P, artist Joanie Lemercier has created 1,000 sprawling, computer-generated landscapes comprised of thousands of single dots.
Inspired by the unverifiable images of Comet 67P's surface, artist Joanie Lemercier has created 1,000 sprawling procedural landscapes using nothing but uniformly-sized black dots. Known as "landforms," Lemercier's collection of finely-textured digital images and prints was created using complex video game functions and CG techniques to achieve a result that the artist who, in the past, has designed digitized forests, projection-mapped giant domes, and even curated major light art group shows.
Time-based Textile. Work in progress. Silk, Polystyrene, 40*40cm Research of textile structures and programmable textile using plastic, allowing complex textile…
Research of textile structures and programmable textile using plastic, allowing complex textile structure computations in computer time to be counted in minutes instead of hours or days. Here, Dana tries to suggest an optimal tension and movement by bringing the textile and polystyrene together in a new manner.
Digitally extending Analog Games. An Example. cuboino is a tangible, digital extension for the marble-game cuboro. It consists of a set of cubes that are seamlessly…
Created by Felix Heibeck , Cuboino modules are active parts of a digital system consisting of sensor cubes, actor cubes and supply cubes. By snapping them together, the player can build a modular system that functions according to he individual functionalities of the Cuboino cubes. Cuboino establishes a new pathway that is not embodied in the marble, but adapts to the medium of its transmission. The cubes work thanks to Arduino code running on ATtiny 45. Full project: http://issuu.com/_f3_/docs/cuboino-thesis/5?e=6618305/1095043
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