http://www.ertdfgcvb.ch/p1/chronodraw/ from the processing exhibition archives I don't understand what is going on with this program or how it works, but the outcome is really interesting. I like being able to draw a line, then have that animation repeat itself and be able to add onto it. The second and third options in the program create neat wave patterns. I found the moving drawing space really confusing and hard to get used to. I guess Iâ€™d like to be able to understand how the program works. I also saw the vertical bed: http://www.we-make-money-not-art.com/archives/2008/09/conflux-vertical-bed.php and although it's not digital or computer art, I think it's a hilarious project and would be a great thing to have for around campus.
0301 - Looking Outwards II: Find something of interest out there.
Statement:Look around at the world of digital art, interactive art, software art, computational design, etc. Find a project which interests your curiosity, and which you'd like to discuss further. Upload the URLs into the area normally provided for the "description field" (You may need to add line breaks!). Write a paragraph (about 100 words) about why it interests you.
Here are some places you can look to get started, though you're welcome to look anywhere online:
- The Processing Exhibition site. (Note that the exhibition continues on several pages, scroll down to see more.) Or Code Tree.
- Good project blogs like Infosthetics, We Make Money Not Art, and Networked Performance.
- Computational architecture and generative form in Scripted by Purpose exhibition, Generator X.
- The Flickr pages of Flight404, Toxi, Marius Watz, LennyJpg, Lia, Erik Natzke, or the Processing photo pool on Flickr.
- For technical ideas using Processing, you could look at Processing Hacks, ProcessingBlogs, and Code&Form.
- Reinhold Grether's large list of Media Art Links.