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Generative Machines by Michael Chang

Generative Machines by Michael Chang

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Michael Chang: Generative Machines for Google I/O (Chrome Experiment), Javascript. Uses Three.js, CSG.JS. Realtime version on http://workshop.chromeexperiments.com/machines

Generative "explosion diagram" style machines by Michael Chang.

Michael Chang's "Generative Machines"

Beautifully Interactive Generative Machine Art from Michael Chang

Beautifully Interactive Generative Machine Art from Michael Chang - SolidSmack -

continuous line, might make an interesting computer art or ipad project...

TSP Art Two hands, one loop From a distance, it appears that Adam's finger and God's finger have just broken contact. Yet from up close, it becomes apparent that they are connected. The entire picture is comprised of a single black loop.

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Chrome Experiments - "Generative Machines" by Google Data Arts Team

This experiment generates machines inspired by exploding view diagrams.

Learn everything you need to know to design and create your own CNC cut projects, whether or not you’ve got access to a CNC router.

CNC Class

Learn everything you need to know to design and create your own CNC cut projects, whether or not you’ve got access to a CNC router. - My Easy Woodworking Plans

Near the end of his life, the great mathematician Alan Turing wrote his first and last paper on biology and chemistry, about how a certain type of chemical reaction ought to produce many patterns seen in nature.  Called "The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis," it was an entirely theoretical work. But in following decades, long after Turing tragically took his own life in 1954, scientists found his speculations to be reality.  *a brilliant, tragic man

Alan Turing’s Patterns in Nature, and Beyond

Alan Turing's Biology Paper Near the end of his life, the great mathematician Alan Turing wrote his first and last paper on biology and chemistry, about how a certain type of chemical reaction ought to produce many patterns seen in nature.

by Norie Hatakeyama, Japan, from Complex Plaiting Series, a set of sculptures made from plaited woven paper strips WHAAAAT

Amazing sculptures by Norie Hatakeyama at East Weaves West exhibition at Hove Art Gallery

generativedesigns:  Generative design functions as picture archive concentrating on parametric design and generative design. It is refreshed on a regulary bases and therefore this picture is likely to make an excellent extension. Also take a glance at my private work in the field of nature inspired design

Generative design functions as picture archive concentrating on parametric design and generative design. It is refreshed on a regulary bases and therefore this picture is likely to make an excellent.

Michael Change - Generative Machines

Michael Change - Generative Machines

'Flowing City Map' is the latest project by Chaotic Atmosphere, a.k.a. Istvan, a Swiss illustrator. The series was created for a Venice-based exhibition on the theme of the identity of cities and their dwellers. City maps were put through the program World Machine to achieve a unique erosion flow effect. The results look like they're aerial views of a post-apocalyptic world being washed away. Among the cities featured are Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro, New York, Paris, Cairo, Beijing, and Venice…

Apocalyptic aerial maps of cities devastated by flooding

Map of Venice (detail) Map of Tokyo Map of Rio de Janeiro Map of New York Flowing City Map: Illustrations by Chaotic Atmospheres Conceptual illustrations of city maps showing erosion flow that.

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