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IBM and James Murphy turned tennis match data into music. This is a remix of one of James Murphy’s favorite matches.

robots roaming Tate Britain after dark, aug 2014
http://afterdark.tate.org.uk

robots roaming Tate Britain after dark, aug 2014

http://afterdark.tate.org.uk

OMOTE - make-up the next generation?

Real-Time Face Tracking and Projection Mapping

Impressive proof-of-concept demonstration from OMOTE which accurately projects visuals onto a moving human face - video embedded below:

via designculturemind:

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The Complex Generative Art of Jonathen McCabe

WE ALL know the world can look weird and wonderful under the microscope, but who knew cells could look this pretty? Actually, you won’t find these psychedelic blobs in any living creature on Earth, because contrary to appearances this image has been created by a computer.

Generative artist Jonathan McCabe works with algorithms first developed by mathematician Alan Turing to create pictures like this. “I don’t guide the production of any particular image, the program runs from start to finish without input,” McCabe says, though he does tweak the software to produce different results. “The trick is to try to make a system that generates interesting output by itself.” New Scientist

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(Source: crossconnectmag)

Stuxnet No. 1, 2014
James Hoff
http://bombmagazine.org/article/10095/james-hoff

IBM and James Murphy turned tennis match data into music. This is a remix of one of James Murphy’s favorite matches.

robots roaming Tate Britain after dark, aug 2014
http://afterdark.tate.org.uk

robots roaming Tate Britain after dark, aug 2014

http://afterdark.tate.org.uk

OMOTE - make-up the next generation?

Real-Time Face Tracking and Projection Mapping

Impressive proof-of-concept demonstration from OMOTE which accurately projects visuals onto a moving human face - video embedded below:

via designculturemind:

[Link]

(via futurescope)

(Source: adamferriss)

cross-connect:

The Complex Generative Art of Jonathen McCabe

WE ALL know the world can look weird and wonderful under the microscope, but who knew cells could look this pretty? Actually, you won’t find these psychedelic blobs in any living creature on Earth, because contrary to appearances this image has been created by a computer.

Generative artist Jonathan McCabe works with algorithms first developed by mathematician Alan Turing to create pictures like this. “I don’t guide the production of any particular image, the program runs from start to finish without input,” McCabe says, though he does tweak the software to produce different results. “The trick is to try to make a system that generates interesting output by itself.” New Scientist

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(Source: crossconnectmag)

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