A few months ago Michael Chang at Google Creative Labs was asked to make some visuals for Google IO, building on from the
procedural circuit-board diagrams he did in the past. After spending few weeks experimenting in both Three.js and Processing, he gravitated towards one concept - the idea of a procedural exploding view diagram of "Generative Machines".
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