Archive for the ‘Visualisation’ Category

Play with the sketch on openprocessing. This project attempts to visualise the influence Facebook has on Europe’s population of internet users. The data is shown per country – the larger blue circle represents the percentage of the population with internet access, the inner white circle represents the Facebook penetration rate. If the two circles are […]


Interactive version now available on openprocessing.


An experiment for a short project brief called Mapping a Medium. Rhizome is dedicated to the creation, presentation, preservation, and critique of emerging artistic practices that engage technology. Through open platforms for exchange and collaboration, our website serves to encourage and expand the communities around these practices. Our programs, many of which happen online, include […]


Screenshots from the Graphic Score to Fibonacci Music As part of my research into graphic scores, generative music and systems art I have been developing a deterministic method of generating a musical composition based on the Fibonacci Sequence (ie a recursive additive system that constantly adds the to previous numbers together to get the next […]


This simple processing sketch stores the last 915 values as rows and columns of text – reading top to bottom then left to right. It is possible to store the values of the revolving distance in an array, so a recent history of the room can be replayed sonically and visually. In doing this, the […]


Perhaps the final piece in the current Ambient series {although this one is not as quiet as the previous pieces}. As usual, visuals in Processing, audio made sequenced in Ableton live with recordings and samples taken from Roland Juno-D, SP-404, etc.


New (and hopefully improved) mix of Ambient: A/V 1 now online at vimeo. This piece uses the same audio source material as the version almost one year old at this stage, but now also featuring the spoken words of a 1950s UFOlogist who claimed to have been taken in his car to an abandoned cabin […]


Generative logo for Exchange Dublin: a NodeNet responding to simple physics engine. Check it out in its habitat @ http://exchangedublin.ie/newsite/ Or view the source, Luke, @ http://www.openprocessing.org/visuals/?visualID=7993


Processing sketch that generates randomised 3d fractal forms. Uploaded to openprocessing for your procrastinating pleasure. http://openprocessing.org/visuals/?visualID=6830


New ambient upload with FFT spectrum analysis done in Processing. Inspired by bell ringing at a temple on the shore of lake Kawaguchi, near Mt Fuji.



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