ALBINAL - Drawing Generator Generating images with flash is nothing new but following some recent client work I discovered the very powerful JPG and PNG encoder classes. The PNG one in particular allows you to save your flash creations with a transparent background. I put this to use by making a simple image generation system: The system can but run at full screen and will allow you to generate images using any palette ID from Colour Lovers. NEEN MANIFESTO Miltos Manetas In the beginning of 2006, artist Miltos Manetas asked us to design a poster containing one of his manifestos. This poster would be hanging on the streets of Milan, during the exhibition that Miltos Manetas was curating at Galleria Pack in Milan, Italy. Running from March 15 to April 15, 2006, the exhibition was titled SuperNeen, named after Neen, one of Miltos' signature art movements.
Latest Hairstyles HomeHairstylesSearch for a Style Display Styles by SalonTop SalonsTOP 40 HairstylesMy Styles Hairstyles News I recently started playing with shaders in three.js and I wanted to share some of what I’ve discovered so far. Shaders are the ‘secret sauce’ of modern graphics programming and understanding them gives you a lot of extra graphical fire-power. For me the big obstacle to learning shaders was the lack of documentation or simple examples, so hopefully this post will be useful to others starting out. This post will focus on using pixel shaders to add post-processing effects to Three.js scenes. This post assumes you already know the basics of using Three.js.
The birth of Neen at the Gagosian Gallery NEEN: The birth of Neen at the Gagosian Gallery Neen was introduced at the Gagosian Gallery in NYC, on May 31 May 2000 on a conference with Yvonne Force, (Neen project's producer), Miltos Manetas, (artist), Peter Lunenfeld, (writer), David Placek, (President of Lexicon Branding), J.C.Herz (writer and giornalist), Steven Pinker (MIT Professor, and writer) and Joseph Kosuth (artist). The whole project was organized and sponsored by Art Production Fund and venture capitalist Louis Marx Junior.
Internet Week Europe 2010 Hello. My Name's Paul and today I'm going to demo some neat features of HTML5 (and modern browser capabilities) through canvas (in fact, this background is a fullscreen canvas ~ we'll let this draw as we go through the talk). This won't cover absolutely everything in this field but will pick out a few features as examples for inspiration. Canvas is a HTML5 element that can be drawn on using Javscript. Let's see what this actually looks like at its most basic
Aleph Null: Color Music Jim Andrews: concept, programming, design Jan Odvárko: color-picker Thanks to Regina Célia Pinto, David Jhave Johnston, Ted Warnell, Maarten van Emden, Christine Wilks of JSArt, and the British and Irish Poets List--especially David Bircumshaw--for feedback during dev. Aleph Null is my first piece with the new HTML 5 canvas tag which requires no plugins and works in all modern browsers, including mobile phones. It's exciting to have such a canvas to work/play with in a public technology that is not at the mercy of a corporation's business plan or its continued existence. Such must be the future for net art; it isn't feasible to rely on corporations to support tools indefinitely, whereas technologies developed in the public sphere stand more of a chance of at least achieving their logical growth and form from their potential.
Artsology Click and drag your mouse on the canvas to create different colored rectangular shapes and create a geometric abstract "painting." Each time you make a new geometric shape, a random color combination will appear, so no two paintings will ever be the same. Experiment with different designs, whether you overlap them or keep them separate.