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Max Cooper - Emergence

Emergence is the story of natural laws and processes, their inherent beauty, and their action to yield the universe, us and the world we live in.

Floraform - Nervous System

Floraform - Nervous System

Complexification  |  Gallery of Computation

Gallery of Computation

algorithmicbotany.org papers venation.sig2005.pdf

algorithmicbotany.org papers venation.sig2005.pdf

Nervous System

work from our exhibition "Growing Objects" which explored our work with simulations of natural growth processes through printed sculpture

Nervous System | Hyphae | Hyphae Lamp

The Hyphae lamp is a series of organic table lamps based on how veins form in leaves. Each lamp is a completely one-of-a-kind design in nylon plastic. The lamps are lit by eco-friendly LED's and cast dramatic branching shadows on the wall and ceiling.

Shape-aware blend weight computation for 2D/3D meshes         Features:  Input can be either triangulated 2D meshes or 3D volumetric meshes Supported control handles: single points, connected bones a

Shape-aware blend weight computation for meshes Features: Input can be either triangulated meshes or volumetric meshes Supported control handles: single points, connected bones a

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On Generative Algorithms: Fractures · inconvergent

David Spriggs paints in three dimensions. His work is composed of acrylic paint and transparent plastic sheets spaced out and viewed through the built up layers. Here, you can see abstract shapes, patterns, and galaxies that appear to magically glow and hover in place. Spriggs works to design a specific experience for the viewer. Some of his installations are room-sized and curved, creating a maneuverable exploration element to the work. Seeing the magic of his sculpture in a quiet dark…

David Spriggs‘ paintings are inspiring. Spriggs paints celestial and explosive images on multiple panes of glass to create beautiful and luminescent pieces.

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Dynamic Projection – Mapping onto deforming non-rigid surface

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London-based artist Rowan Mersh assembles dense rolling surfaces comprised of thousands of seashells, tiny solid objects that now appear like fluid waves.