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Gallery of Computation

Gallery of Computation
LIVING WORKS binary.ring bit.10001 bone.piles box.fitting box.fitting.img new bubble.chamber buddhabrot city.traveler cubic.attractor deep.lorenz guts new happy.place new henon.phase henon.phase.deep new inter.aggregate new inter.momentary new invader.fractal limb.sand.stroke limb.strat limb.stroke mcp moonlight.soyuz nine.block node.garden new offspring orbitals new paths.i peter.de.jong sand.dollar sand.stroke sand.traveler new self-dividing.line stitches substrate new tree.garden.ii trema.disk trema.spike INFORMATION about the programmer about the medium ORDERING works available production qualities ordering policies CONTACT j.tarbell @ complexification.net

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The Flop Box A bad beginning makes a bad ending 4/14/2014 Peter Saul curated group show @ Zürcher Studio Austin Lee Taylor McKimens Karl Wirsum Judith Hudson Irena Jurek Theo Inglis Somebody submitted this question to my other blog (midcenturymoderndesign.tumblr.com) and I ended up writing quite a long answer, so I figured I may as well post it on here, just in case it helps anyone in anyway at all! It is a very hard question to answer really, but I tried to help and be honest. My answer is below:

Coilhouse “Alternative subcultures. They were a crucial aspect of industrial civilization in the two previous centuries. They were where industrial civilization went to dream. Booooooom Gorgeous Flip-Books Made From Recycled Bike Parts by Artist Juan Fontanive Gorgeous flip-books made from recycled bike parts by artist Juan Fontanive. You have to watch the videos to hear the incredible sounds the machines make! Watch them here. • 18 April 2014 • 212 notes • 0 Comments Random Walk from Processing to Tableau » Tableau Picasso For another submission to Viz as Art contest at Tableau, I wanted to create something involving randomness and random walk specifically. But I found that the classic random walk algorithm creates results that are, well…too random, as opposed to the organic, botanical shapes I was looking for. Luckily, someone has already thought of developing a “Random Walk with Transition Probabilities that Depend on Direction of Motion”. It sounds nerdy, but that is just the recipe that Mother Nature uses to build branches on a blueberry bush, dandelion’s see head or the maple tree outside my window. In particular, a particle always moves forward and changes direction or stays the course dependent on a given probability.

Stunning Collection of Abstract Art Paintings Top Home » Illustration • Inspiration » Stunning Collection of Abstract Art Paintings Abstract art is an interesting form of art that makes use of visual language of form, color and line. These elements create an interesting work of art that stays alive with a scale of independence from visual references in the world. We have collected some dazzling examples of abstract art and paintings by the world famous artists.

High Quality Texture 4 Fresh Green Leafs fresh like the early mornings, droplets of dew and the sun started my day bright. I wanted to share the freshness of my day to the world. Love the earth to live better. Hopefully, this texture can be useful for your next design and inspire the world. Term of UseFull size each image are 2304 x 1728 pixel. Livecodelab What's this? This is a toy live coding environment: programs run immediately as they are typed. Pick something from the "Demos" menu or try the tutorials. Want more info? DMJN Speculative Garden 3D Software. A network/branching based interactive drawing system. Create geometry by manipulating proximity and temporal-based relations between nodes.

Quipsologies • Quipsologies, is a division of UnderConsideration, chronicling the most curious, creative, and notable projects, stories, and events of the graphic design industry on a daily basis. • Quipsologies uses TypeKit to render P22 Underground, Skolar Web by TypeTogether, and Coquette by Mark Simonson. • Quipsologies is run with Six Apart’s MovableType 6.3.2 • Syndicate / RSS Feed • All comments, ideas and thoughts on Quipsologies are property of their authors; reproduction without the author’s or Quipsologies’s permission is strictly prohibited

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