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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Fragmented Memory
by Phillip Stearns

Fragmented Memory are portraits of raw binary data extracted from computer memory and rendered as an image using Processing. These images are then imported into software used by textile designers and finally fed to computerised looms to weave the designs.

Links: Phillip Stearns

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Avena+ Test Bed
by Benedikt Groß

Avena+ Test Bed is a project that explores the relationship between landscape, agriculture and digital fabrication by intercepting the process of precision farming by generative design.

Links: Benedikt Groß

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by Matthew Epler

Kinograph is an open source project that makes film digitisation affordable and scaleable. It uses components available on the internet, a few 3D printed parts, and a consumer level camera and it produces high quality video with sound.

Links: Kinograph

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by Hannes Jung

Created by Hannes Jung, .fluid is a concept study of an interacting, changing surface that uses non-newtonian fluid, an Arduino board, a speaker and Processing to allow surface to change from liquid to solid, from plain to three-dimensional symmetric patterns.

Links: Hannes Jung

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3D Printed Record
by Amanda Ghassaei

Created using Processing, ModelBuilder Library by Marius Watz and a 3D printer, Amanda Ghassaei at instructables managed to print a 33rpm music record that actually doesn’t sound too bad considering the limitations of currently available 3d printing technologies.

Links: Instructables

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Digital Natives and Glitched Realities
by Matthew Plummer-Fernandez

Digital Natives are everyday items such as toys and detergent bottles that are 3D scanned using a digital camera, subjected to algorithms that distort and finally 3D printed in colour resin/sandstone.

Links: Matthew Plummer-Fernandez

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Stone Spray
by Petr Novikov, Inder Shergill and Anna Kulik

Stone Spray is a construction method which uses soil as the base material and a liquid binder to solidify the soil granules. The device uses an Arduino UNO, Processing application and a custom built jet spray system to deposit the mix of soil and binder, for constructing architectural shapes.

Links: Petr Novikov, Inder Shergill and Anna Kulik

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City Symphonies
by Mark McKeague

Mark McKeague explores an alternative of the traffic in the city where the sound that cars generate changes according to their relationship to other road users and the environment. Using Processing in combination with MaxMSP, a traffic simulation is used to power the movement of vehicles through different sections of road networks in London.

Links: Mark McKeague

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by Manas Karambelkar, Momo Miyazaki and Kenneth A. Robertsen

‘Silenc’ is a visualization of an interpretation of silent letters within Danish, English and French languages done by eliminating or highlighting the silent letters within a prescribed text. The project was created at CIID, Data Visualization course with Golan Levin and Marcin Ignac - 2012.

Links: Flick Page

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unnamed soundsculpture
by Daniel Franke & Cedric Kiefer

Produced by onformative and chopchop the “unnamed soundsculpture” is a project by Daniel Franke & Cedric Kiefer, building from the simple idea of creating a moving sand sculpture from the recorded motion data of a real person. Point cloud capture from Kinect was recorded in Processing then processed and rendered 3D Studio Max.

Links: We Are Chopchop

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by The Product

The Product were commissioned by Volkswagen to develop a set of visuals for an interactive musical performance for the premiere of the New Beetle at the 2011 IAA motor show. What the client got instead was Soundmachines – a custom-built instrument for performing electronic music by DJing visual patterns on record-sized discs.

Links: The Product

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Composition No. 1
by Visual Editions

First written in 1961 by Marc Saporta, the new edition of this book is published by Visual Editions and designed by Universal Everything. The “book in a box” includes a cover illustration created using Processing.

Links: Visual Editions

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