Category Archives: Still images

HD Movement Tracking: further and final iteration

Well, the end of year show has come and gone, and all that remains is the write up. Here’s a quick run down of the work that I showed and some of the development that went into it. I’ll also … Continue reading

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HD Movement tracking: first iteration

I shot some updated footage at the right resolution for my St Enoch project from two different points of view. In retrospect, shooting at 1920×1080 was probably excessive for my needs, and can cause extra problems (e.g. I don’t have … Continue reading

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Another slit-scan image

Went out to grab some better footage for my St Enoch Square project, but thanks to a hilarious(!) mix up with camera resolutions didn’t get quite what I was after. Tried some more experiments with it anyway, since it has … Continue reading

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Sunflow and Processing: the basics

Sunflow is an open source ray tracing renderer which can produce some astonishing results in the right hands. Someone far cleverer than me wrote a Java wrapper for it (the catchily titled SunflowAPIAPI), and another did a tutorial about getting … Continue reading

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Processing and the Guardian: Now 73% more object oriented, 300% more colourful

Hello! Just a quick update: following on from my last post I’ve refined the code a bit, letting me run multiple searches from one sketch. Here’s the same three searches from last time, compiled into one image. In this case, … Continue reading

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Nine words, nine Processing sketches

Following on from my nine images and one video, the next part of the brief was to use Processing to create a response to the same nine words. I’ve included the code for each, as per the brief, although WordPress … Continue reading

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Processing sketches: lottery number visualisations

Following on from my previous posts about the nine words we’re using as inspiration, I thought I’d show some of the ideas I’ve been playing with in the third phase of the project, which is using Processing to create images. … Continue reading

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Nine words, nine images

Here are some images I created for a college assignment based on nine words: ambiguity, diaphanous, condition, crash, ephemeral, loop, sequential, serendipity and utopia. All were inspired by examples from an archived Department of Transport book called “Know Your Traffic … Continue reading

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