Random geometric patterns created by Greek visual designer Dimitris Ladopoulos.
Ladopoulos applies an algorithm within the 3D animation program Houdini, which splits rectangles vertically, then horizontally, forming gilded patterns that resemble circuit boards and abstract architectural landscapes. Sez he:
“The number of splits is randomly selected from a given max. The outcome is fed to the loop, again and again, depending on the number of user defined iterations. A seed value and slight alterations of the algorithm produce a variety of results.
A drawing machine designed to execute the wavy digital noodlings of French artist Parse/Error.
Ailleurs (Somewhere) – a short by Mélody Boulissière in which a young man sets off to escape the digital overload of modern life.
A pleasing journey via paint-on-glass and montage, from frenzy to serenity.
Deeply satisfying to watch: digital kinetic sculptures by motion graphics artist Andreas Wannerstedt.
Behold the symphony of LCD that was the 1984 Casio Catalogue – a worthy contribution to the 80s Design subreddit by PotatoSkies.
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Sound art montages by artist Andy Thomas: bizarre digital organisms (created with a range of software including 3ds Max, Realflow, Quantum force, Fume fx, Krakatoa and Frost) that respond to audio input.
Full screen and sound up for best effect.
More of his creations here.
Head of Digital at the creative agency Atomic Hugh Curran
With the younger vote anyway.
As the election date brouhaha continues unabated…
Head of Digital at the creative agency Atomic in Dublin, Hugh Curran writes:
One of the great things about digital is that you can see pretty quickly what is working and what is not working. If you measure everything, you can see what is working and adjust your model and spend accordingly. Measuring effectiveness means you can tell when the best time to send and email is or when the best time to post a video to Facebook is or what piece of content is a good performer and resonates with your audience.”
“The political party that gets digital right in this campaign will, I believe, see a larger percentage of younger people voting for them. By giving people the opportunity to see a message in the space where they spend most of their time, political parties will improve the opportunity to convert these people into votes.”
*Deletes Facebook account*
Get ready for the digital campaign (Hugh Curran)
An impressive demonstration of age reducing visual effects software (NUKE) applied to actress Michele Valley by visual effects artist Rousselos Aravantinos.