Does anyone here love electronics? I put this together as a Valentine’s Day gift for my girlfriend, but couldn’t show it before then for obvious reasons. Thankfully, she was thrilled.
Last night I started playing around with some code from Mick Grierson, used to teach geometric visual synthesis in his Advanced Audiovisual Processing module. Lots of fun! Here are some of the better results I was able to achieve, with some slight modifications to the code:
This weekend I attended the Art Hackathon at Ravensbourne in North Greenwich. It was my first hackathon so didn’t know quite what to expect, but it turned out to be a great experience full of different people and skills and ideas. The theme of the… Read More
If you follow me on Twitter, you’ll know that I spent the past week at the Resonate festival & conference. The event, held annually in Belgrade, Serbia, has the aim of “bringing together artists to drive a forward-looking debate on the position of technology in… Read More
With a lot of help from the ever-patient Rebecca Fiebrink, we’ve got a program that plays a bar of In C. Check it out: (Code is available on my GitHub).
I’ve been playing about with a few sketches for the Particles & Motion project. So far, rather than particles I’ve only been using a set of pink lines, and moving their points around in different ways. Already I’m finding some pretty interesting visual effects with… Read More
SKIN from Greg White on Vimeo. Produced for vibraphone collaboration with Simon Limbrick.