Uninterpretable technical diagrams in the asemic writing tradition. This is a place and test algorithm using four geometric objects. The point source object, a randomly placed position from which everything manifests. The arc, a curved line with a centroid around some point source object. The radiant, a straight line that originates on an arc and…

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The Buddhabrot Set is a re-visualization of the familiar Mandelbrot Set using a technique invented by Melinda Green. Instead of selecting points on the real-complex plane, initial points are selected at random from the image region. The point is iterated through the function, z = zˆ2 + c, where z has components in both the…

Read More### Concentric Paths

Concentric maze walking lines emanate from a central location alternating between ages of light and dark. Each path has a limited number of cycles through the machine. The path explodes into a tiny brilliant dot on its last cycle. A variation in which paths begin on a ring and emanate inward. Download Source Code Programmed…

Read More### Infinite Disintegration

We are like waves, rushing towards the shore, moment to moment made up of new matter. This particle generating system attempts to explore this idea. A familiar ring form exists in a cycle of emergence and dissipation. New particles emit on an ellipse in three dimensional space. A noise field guides the direction and speed…

Read More### Ship Hull

A combinatoric spaceship generator. This system takes the classic Asteroids delta shape and randomly adds primitive geometries to create unique spaceship designs. Each added shape is a circle, triangle, square, or line. Shapes are randomly translated, rotated, and scaled. Each shape reflects about the lateral axis for a symmetric appearance. This project was created in…

Read More### Nine Dot Thing

Combinatoric system connecting nine dots arranged in a 3×3 grid. There are 362,880 possible combinations with rotations and reversals allowed. Artistic renditions eliminate crossings for select dots. Programmed in ProcessingBy Jared S TarbellIn Albuquerque, New Mexico, USAAround 1:37pm August 13, 2019

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