Created by London-based design studio
okdeluxe, COP15 generative identity software is a Processing application created for the United Nations Climate Change Conference held in Copenhagen in 2009. The software adds dynamic, real-time movement to the logo by adding a series of parameters like flocking and flow fields.
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