“Turtle” visuals at Mindshare LA

Sunday, September 19th, 2010

I developed some new animations for September Mindshare at the old Stock Exchange in downtown LA, including “Turtle”– an experiment with creating complex structures by expanding on the concept of Turtle graphics. The left and right turn angles are variables and each turtle path is rotated and drawn multiple times to create rotational symmetry. Once [...]

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Visuals in the former LA Stock Exchange

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

The August edition of Mindshare was at the former Pacific Stock Exchange building in downtown Los Angeles. The building was built in 1929 and has great brown stone walls throughout. We were initially unsure of the effect of projecting onto this surface but the results were great. The colorful abstract shapes were imbued with a [...]

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Razzle redux: now with automation

Friday, August 20th, 2010

I recently dug up and improved Razzle, my custom-made VJ / performance program that I worked on at MAT last year. I added an automation feature that cycles through each animation every few minutes, and tweaks the animation parameters every few seconds, ensuring a constantly evolving display. The results were exhibited at August MindshareLA (pictures [...]

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Videos at EwE

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

I was fortunate to have two videos featured in the demo reel for Everybody Wants Everything, the 2009 End-of-year show for Media Arts & Technology. In addition to the reel of generative colloquium intros I also showed an excerpt from an audio-visual collaboration with Aaron McLeran entitled “Pulse.” The video comes from the results of [...]

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MAT Colloquium Video Intro

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

I collaborated with Aaron McLeran, a fellow MAT student, to produce a series of introductory videos for our department’s colloquium series when they are posted online. Both the music and the visuals are generated on the fly and different every time. Below is a sampling of some of the takes: Media Arts & Technology Colloquium [...]

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Animation stills uploaded to Flickr

Friday, May 15th, 2009

I have acquired a Flickr account to efficiently display large amounts of images from my projects. My goal is to show the wide variety of images that are feasible with the program I am writing as well as making it easy to trace the evolution of the program as new features are added and animations [...]

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