Oneiroi Lines

March 18th, 2010

Weird video of the day: Oneiroi Lines by NYX.

You’re Just My Type

October 23rd, 2009

You’re Just My Type” is a project by Jonathan Brandel. He was inspired by the typeface pyramid by Formconspiracy and turned it into a kinetic Processing sketch. The music in this video is “Stay Away From Being Maybe” by Telefon Tel Aviv, you might want to see it fullscreen.

Jonathan Brandel

Jonathan Brandel

HasCanvas

August 4th, 2009

HasCanvas is one of the Chrome Experiments which promote the new HTML5 standard and of course the Google Chrome webbrowser. HasCanvas is based on Processing.js, a javascript version of Processing, and allows visitors to write and save their own scripts. Most of them remind me of the early Flash days, meaningless little toys. But I’m sure that we will soon see some awesome HTML5 websites.
By the way, you will need a modern browser like Firfox 3.5, Safari 4 or Chrome to see the following experiments.

Click and draw.

both are made by Hiddencorp

Shape

August 3rd, 2009

Shape by Anatoly Zenkov.

Shape by Anatoly Zenkov

Shape by Anatoly Zenkov

found at cammmpo

Synthazards

March 24th, 2009

Synthazards by Andreas Schlegel.

Synthazards by Andreas Schlegel

found at Watz’ dropular

Impress – Flexible Display

February 24th, 2009

Impress is actually not really a display, it’s more like a touchscreen. It was developed by Silke Hilsing, a student at the department Design of the FH-W├╝rzburg (Germany). She didn’t use any revolutionary technology, it is just a few force sensors combined with an arduino board covered with foam and processing. The result is quite nice though.

Lichtzeichnungen

December 10th, 2008

Lichtzeichnungen by Andreas Nicolas Fischer, he made these by writing some scripts in Processing.

Lichtzeichnungen by Andreas Nicolas Fischer

Lichtzeichnungen by Andreas Nicolas Fischer

5-Sided Cube

December 7th, 2008

This is a subdivision of a 5-sided cube made with processing by Michael Hansmeyer.

5-Sided Cube by Michael Hansmeyer

Pie

November 21st, 2008

Alan Woo wrote a program in Processing, which captures each frame of each movie and essentially creates a ‘pie chart’ of the colours contained within each film producing a simplistic and abstracted representation.

These are the pie charts for The Virgin Suicides, Lost in Translation & Marie Antoinette by Sofia Coppola.
Pie by Alan Woo

This one is for Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange.
Pie by Alan Woo

found at bored&beautiful

Limits To Growth

September 22nd, 2008

Limits To Growth by Mitchell Whitelaw, made with Processing.

Limits To Growth by Mitchell Whitelaw


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