Posts by kame31:

Rule 30: Cellular Computation In Blue And Yellow

How do structures emerge in our model of a quantified, computational universe? From galaxies down to cells, atoms and strings. How does anything complicated get produced in nature? The artwork “Cellular Computation In Blue And Yellow” uses the cellular automata mechanism discovered by Stephen Wolfram in the 1980s found across physics, chemistry and biology to […]

06/03/2019 in Member Submissions

Newtonian Fluid Stimulation

In 1687 Sir Isaac Newton, english mathematician, physicist and astronomer published his highly influential book “Principia Mathematica”, introducing mathematical models for fluids that account for viscosity. Over 300 years later in 2018, his calculations are the foundation of a computer program designed as a drawing tool. Producing his own tools for creation, 1986 born German […]

09/01/2019 in Member Submissions