Exhibition. A curated collection of projects created with Processing. New software added each month.

Curated by Filip Visnjic of CreativeApplications.net
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by Michael Chang

Drawing program where different gestures create varying organisms animated through procedural animation and physics simulations.

Links: mflux @ ucla

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by Robert Hodgin

Live visuals for Bit Shifter performance at the Bridge, Toronto. Software controlled with a custom interface utilizing Griffin Powermates.

Links: Flight404, Bit Shifter

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Metropop Denim
by Clayton Cubitt and Tom Carden

Fashion photography meets print resolution physics-inspired generative artwork.

Links: Clayton Cubitt, Tom Carden

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ElectroPlastique 1
by Marius Watz

4-screen temporal composition for the Territoires Electroniques festival in Aix-en-Provence inspired by Victor Vasarely. Sound by James Welburn.

Links: Unlekker

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Thinking Machine 4
by Martin Wattenberg

Explores the invisible, elusive nature of thought. Play chess against a transparent intelligence, its evolving thought process visible on the board before you.

Links: Bewitched

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by Ji-Hoon Byun & E.J. Gone

Photographs made from a continious 1 pixel lines captured by a camera.

Links: Phantasian, Gone

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by Enrico Bravi, Mikkel Crone Koser & Paolo Palma

An experiment in dimensional typography.

Links: Ortho-type

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Acoustic Cartography
by Daniel Rothaug

Experiment in mapping sonic events into a concrete visual language.

Links: Acoustic Cartography, Zum Kuckuck

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by Limiteazero

A sound phenomenon represented through a spatial distribution of minimal elements, creating a sensitive environment influenced by the sounds generated in the surrounding space.

Links: Limiteazero

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by Andreas Gysin

Draw on multiple frames in time.

Links: www.ertdfgcvb.ch

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Getting Away with Murder
by Gabriel Dunne

Software for Papa Roach's "Getting Away with Murder" music video by Motion Theory

Links: Quilime, Motion Theory

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Ecstasy of Communication
by Lucas Kuzma

Simulation developed to model the expected behavior of a physical sound installation. Both potential and actual network connections are shown.

Links: Machinatus

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