I’ve made lots of progress on my worm simulation project. I’ve created a simple program that resembles a petri-dish with micro-organisms, improved my cascade classifier, and glazed the ceramic shells.
I’ve nearly finished the ceramic shells for the robots. They didn’t quite come together as I had imagined, but I think they still look good. Continue reading “Ceramics + Object Detection”
I’ve started planning my work for the degree show in June. This will be a culmination of everything I have learnt so far on the course, so I am not going to do anything too different to my previous work. However, I do have an idea to make the interaction element more interesting! Click below to read more.
Philippe Parreno has an “installation” in the Tate Modern Turbine Hall at the moment (he hates the word installation, but it’s hard to say what the work actually is without calling it an installation). Continue reading “Anywhen – Philippe Parreno”
Hey there. I’ve just finished exhibiting some work at my college’s “Translation” show. We were supposed to change up our practice in some way, but I ended up making another robot-like thing.
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I am interested in creating life like behaviour within an art work. This is a recent piece I have made starting to explore this idea, but I have plans to do more complex things in the future. Click through to see it in action! Continue reading “Virtual Life Forms”