A new version of the Movement in Space project will be exhibition end of this year as an installation piece. Here are some testing videos.
The work is rewritten from the original web version to a Processing version. The animation is built with 3 parametric harmonic formulae. The outputs from one animation can be used as inputs for another formula, in order to simulate the artificial neural network.
My artwork, 50 . Shades of Grey, won the Grand Prize of the Japan Media Art Festival 2015, Art Division. The award ceremony and exhibition will be held in Tokyo, Feb 2016. Here is the festival website.
Here is the writing by Genetic Moo (Tim and Nicola) about my work participating in the Microworld – Lumen Prize Exhibition in Hong Kong. Below is the documentation video from Genetic Moo. Thanks Tim and Nicola for the invitation.
It is about time to write up something about the recent works (post 1, post 2) that I have done with OpenCV and the classic film sequences. I started the recent version of the project first for the submission to the Image Conference in Berlin and then the Microworld exhibition in Hong Kong. The software I have been testing is the OpenCV library, openFrameworks and Processing. For the final show, I may choose openFrameworks for performance and stability reasons.
I use the motion template Processing program in the previous post to render a number of classic film sequences from IGN. Through the motion components returned from each frame, I draw a square by picking up the colour of the pixel at that location.