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16/05/2012 / Cinder, iOS

DMesh, a custom software for Mac made using Cinder by Dofl Yun that analyzes an image and generate a triangle meshes with points (read post) is now also available for the iPhone. Just take a photo and DMesh analyzes your ...
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27/03/2012 / Other

Mesh Grammars: Studies for a Dome is a project by Benjamin Dillenburger & Michael Hansmeyer trying to create "highly articulated architecture using a novel method of folding". The duo designed a series of domes by folding a surface over and over again, ...
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02/11/2011 / Processing

Fascinated by ideas of mental maps and obtaining an insight into the person’s perception of the world by simply asking them to draw a map from memory, in his ongoing Design Interactions master, Benedikt Groß created a Processing application that allows ...
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17/10/2011 / Cinder, Mac

In the last few years we have  seen a number of projects that utilise delaunay triangulation to translate photographs into their geometric representations. Jonathan Puckey's Delaunay Raster was the first to utilise this combination of delaunay triangulation with manually placed points and color averaging. ...
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10/10/2011 / Objects

Following from Glitch Reality No1 commissioned by It's Nice That for Nike, Glitch Reality 2 by Matthew Plummer-Fernandez and David Gardener is a new iteration of exploring physical objects in glitch form. The process is an interesting one, applying digital methodology to ...
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21/09/2011 / openFrameworks

It all kicked off about 2 months ago when Kyle McDonald posted 'FaceOSC', a tool for prototyping face-based interaction. The oF wrapper Kyle created is built on non-commercial open source FaceTracker code from Jason Saragih. Kyle included an example oF app ...
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25/08/2011 / CANApps, iOS, openFrameworks

Inspired by the natural phenomena of cloths and liquids, Ricardo Sanchez explores spring mesh dynamics using box2D physics. SpringMesh is an interactive cloth you can twist, pull and deform using multitouch or gravity. Created by Ricardo and published by apps.CAN, SpringMesh is ...
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17/06/2011 / Processing

Spike Solutions is a project by Jacob Niedzwiecki, an ongoing series of screen tests based on generative compositing techniques. The video in any zone of the left half is sampled (from that same zone) from the video in the same location on ...
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13/05/2011 / Inspiration

Organic Electric by Jason Krugman is a series of works composed of hand soldered LED mesh, folded and shaped into 3-dimensional illuminated forms, animated and touch responsive. It is an exploration into the possibilities of 3-dimensional electro-luminescent LED structures. There are ...
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27/02/2011 / openFrameworks

Fabricate Yourself is a project by Karl D.D. Willis that documented the Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction Conference. Given the tangible theme of the conference Karl decided to engage the community by capturing and fabricating small 3D models of attendees. Attendees firstly capture ...
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22/12/2010 / Processing

Hemesh is an exciting Processing library by Frederik Vanhoutte (W:Blut) that can be used to create elaborate 3D shapes quickly. It is an implementation of the half-edge datastructure, hence the name Hemesh. What makes this datastructure interesting is it’s inherent ...
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10/06/2010 / c++, Cinder, iOS

First wave of Cinder built applications are starting to appear and boy are they wonderful. Posted on the Cinder forums are dynamic mesh experiments by Marcin Ignac, a Copenhagen based designer and programmer. Part of the Shiftcontrol collective, Marcin has ...