I think the artist, even more than government, has become the one who is doing...– Douglas Rushkoff (via azspot)
Digl: More 142 →
digldixon: Nice. Because I love it. And it’s due on Tuesday. In the following images I went with the new red/blue scheme, and toned the background down from white to a subtle blue - the white was turning pink and not holding up very well in the previous image, I thought. The blue produces much more stable…
Rules are at the heart of this type of art. But what computer scientists call...– Boden, Margaret A., and Ernest A. Edmonds. “What is generative art?” Digital Creativity 20. 1 (2009): 21-46. (via carvalhais)
kexitlabs: Curve testing in Processing
The terms ‘generative art’ and ‘computer art’ have been used in tandem, and more...– Boden, Margaret A., and Ernest A. Edmonds. “What is generative art?” Digital Creativity 20. 1 (2009): 21-46. (via mwatz)
michelle @ rensselaer: Got webcam working in... →
michellesh: I tried to get JMyron (a Processing library for webcam capture) working for about an hour, and realized I’m probably making this way too complicated. All I wanted was to run a sketch and see a webcam capture. I discovered the GSVideo library, which is a pretty basic library. At least after…
processing sub/reddit →
artetherapy: Generating Images with Processing “Rendering a quad() per pixel based off of Richard Avedon’s photo of Marilyn Monroe. It took one hour to complete the 20% render here on an octo-core 3ghz Mac Pro. Although, I suspect the bottleneck is the Nvidia 7300GT.” Geof Crowl
aucremanne asked: have you looked at the processing subreddit? r/processing
Export Info and Tips - Processing browser →
terminalcoding: How to implement my sketch on my web site.
stephenkennedy: Very interesting Processing project that allows for the mash-up of OpenStreetMaps to sketched mental maps from citizens. (via Creative Application)
This blog now has 6,000 followers. Mind you, some of these followers are certainly bots. None-the-less, I am both impressed and grateful. Thank you humans and non-humans alike.
alacritr: overly pleased with tonight’s rapid progress toward a functional ground control system (GCS) graphical user interface (GUI). thanks to this post from principia labs, i discovered the controlP5 processing library, which is an incredibly powerful and easy to use GUI library for processing. acknowledgements out of the way, here’s how things progressed tonight (with pictures!): Read More
Digl: Circles →
digldixon: Circles A particularly inspiring name. This is me learning how to use objects in Processing, while doing stuff for project 2. The fact I used an object turned out to be not-so-helpful in this, but it’s good to have a better understanding nonetheless. Play around! Once you’ve click…
chillbutdip: Some more progress on my AR project.
brndwltr: Processing Tutorials - http://funprogramming.org/
ssbeltran: PERMANENT This video explains my latest art piece, where I try to answer some of the many doubts which surround generative art and creative coding. Through the chemical properties which make steel vulnerable to rust, I seek to materialize code without it losing its generative essence. The music, photography (recorded with an iPhone 4s), narration and editing are also my work....
Roll Your Own Front End - Data Viz →
emergentdigitalpractices: A really great overview of 8 different Creative Coding languages for dealing with data. Includes examples of work created with each framework.
StippleGen: Weighted Voronoi stippling and TSP... →
Thanks to http://prostheticknowledge.tumblr.com/ for the tip.
Visual Knowledge Browser →
html5watch: Processing.js canvas app to search through Freebase (machine readable Wikipedia) and display connections between topics. It’s more addicting than Wikipedia, and much prettier.
Damien Hirst Spotifier : Built with Processing
michaelrose: I’m going to be teaching Processing to my Year 5 and 6 ICT classes this month. And, for some topical input and after checking out the Damien Hirst retrospective at the Tate yesterday, I thought I’d try to recreate his simple spot paintings in Processing. It’s really simple, have a look at the code, but I think the results are spot on. Check out the Damien Hirst Spotifier -...