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Generative Art Experiments – Locked up Vectors

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You can download vector_mover_locked_up.pde (Sourcecode) and compile it with Processing.

Playing around with Vector Math to create movement. After some experimenting with velocity and acceleration. I came to this result.

Look at those poor circles all locked up not knowing how to leave this black prison, also known as an HTML5 canvas. This truly is torture by code.

It is cool to see that with so little code, things start to look like they are somewhat alive and have a mind of their own.

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Generative Art Experiment – Perlin Noise 1

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You can download perlinnoise_1.pde (Sourcecode) and compile it with Processing.

This sketch is an experiment using perlin noise. This creates an interesting random “flow”. In this sketch both the position of the circles as well as the colors are generated using perlin noise. The colors especially show a nice flowing transition from one color to the next.

ps: press on the canvas to reset the sketch

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Generative Art Experiment – Normal distribution lines

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You can download normal_distribution_lines.pde (Sourcecode) and compile it with Processing.

Here another example using a normal distribution to generate a drawing. The normal distribution is used a lot in generative art.

This sketch draws a line based on a normal distribution, using a standard deviation of the distance of the mouse to the center. The closer you are to the center the shorter the line.