All posts tagged: software

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Approxymotion and MisPortraits – Geometry, drawing, material and robotic arms..

Approxymotion and MisPortraits are two projects by Peter A Vikar currently an ESTm post-graduate studies at Sci-Arc, Los Angeles, designing material interactions with six-axis robot arms. Approxymotion is research project focusing on motion based forming while MisPortraits looks at the levels of accidentally with 6 axis robots doing feltpen graphics.

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Designing Programs [Theory]

(This essay was commissioned by Centre national des arts plastiques for Graphisme en France 2012) – Edited by Casey Reas and Chandler McWilliams – Technical mastery and innovation are part of the rich history of visual design. The printing press is the quintessential example of how a shift in design technology can ripple through society. In the […]

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Paul Prudence Interviews Mitchell Whitelaw [Theory]

Mitchell Whitelaw, #climatedata proposal (2009) One of the most articulate and accessible voices within the generative art scene is undoubtedly the Canberra-based scholar/practitioner Mitchell Whitelaw. Given his relative (internet) silence over the last year, news of an interview—conducted by Paul Prudence, no less—published in the most recent issue of Neural magazine, is cause for minor celebration. Mitchell posted the transcript of […]

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In Statu Nascendi [Inspiration]

Created by Katarzyna Kijek and Przemysław Adamski, “In statu nascendi” captures the “under construction” process, in this case, of global illumination pass in rendering. Where one would normally be interested in the final results, the team finds beauty in these half rendered images and their temporal qualities. To highlight a peculiar inability to reflect reality by the film, we […]