My talk from DataKind'14 in London about how I perceive data and data art.
My talk from WebGL Workshop in London about PEX
The joy of Clojure: first contact
Part 3: Hight dynamic range
Part 2: Gamma, linear space lighting and HDR
Step by step implementation of PBR in WebGL part 1
Step by step breakdown of the technique
My talk from VISUALIZEDio'14 in London about what's possible to visualize.
DevArt project - working prototype.
DevArt project update - first visualizations.
DevArt project intro - digital breadcrumbs we leave behind while browsing the web.
My talk at Resonate'13 about Plask and how I use it for making data driven visualizations
Looking for fast way to update mesh data dynamically.
Interactive mockup for Human Harp website
Live avatars using WebRTC
Urine test strip analysis app
My talk at FITC Amsterdam about the process behind some of my data visualization, generative art projects and Plask.
Experimental browsing interface for digital library resources
BYOB is a "series of exhibitions hosting artists and their beamers". I was invited to present a Crystal Infection project - a generative animation running realtime straight from the iPad.
Every time we bookmark a website we not only save it for later but add a piece of information to the page itself. Each bookmark can be treated as a 'Like' and every folder can be represented as a Tag. All that information can be used to extend the meaning of a bookmark as it was to be - a collection of urls in menu bar of the browser.
SimpleGUI is a new code block developed by me for Cinder library. Initial release contains sliders, radio buttons, texture previews and possibility to save and load configuration from a text file.
Cindermedusae is quite a special project for me. It was super fast (about one week) and quite intensive (several late nights) yet very successful and rewarding when it comes to results. I liked the idea of generative book from the very beginning so I was very excited about Written Images competition when I heard about it for the first time...
There are tree effects in this demo that i'm very happy about. At the beginning I was playing with using marching cubes algorithm to generate landscapes. At some point I asked myself. What if instead of making mountains we start to drill holes inside the iso-surface? Hmmm. Just make it longer and narrower and you get... Guess what? A tunnel!...
Breakpoint is the biggest pure demoscene party nowadays. Or I should say it was 'the biggest' because this year's Breakpoint was the last one. I've never been to Breakpoint but there was no way we could not release something as DMA. With over 1000 visitors this year it was a place to be...
Last Sunday I was coming back to Copenhagen from my trip to London. Because I was staying with my friend in Cambridge and I already booked return flight from Gatwick airport I had a long way to go. Based on my previous trips I estimated that I will take me about 3-3.5 hours. How wrong I was...
On request from several people I decided to finally release source code of my projection mapping projects. I wanted to make a Processing library from it anyway at some point but I delayed it so many times that it might never happen. Meet "Projected quads"...
Encouraged by previous results decided to try to play more. This time in 3D. By 3D I mean projecting on the object in such a way that it looks like you are actually projecting from different sides of it. Lets say we want to project a rectangle on one of the sides of a cube. It's easy when the projector is exactly in front of the target side...
Projection mapping is making projections in a way that they match the surface they are projected on. This way we can use projector for something much more interesting than flat powerpoint presentation like VJ projections. As I was invited for vivisesja'09 this year I decided to play a bit with Processing and see what I can do during two weekends...
"Realtime, every time" that's the motto of shiftcontrol studios - a small design studio based in Copenhagen that I joined in the middle of September. We did some projects together in the past and when I graduated from CIID they asked me to join them I couldn't resist.
Data Gestures is a title of my final CIID project. It's a very busy period for me so I'm publishing only a small info now.
Recently I had a discussion about my final project with Niels Clausen-Stuck (my advisor) from Designit and Jan-Christoph Experientia. I still have to digitalize all the feedback that I got from them but for now here is my presentation. It's style is something that I developed earlier this year - mixing post-it notes with photos. It's seems to be working because people love it...
At the end of July we (students @ CIID) were participating at Reebot #11. We did a small workshop where people interesting in brainstorming about their concepts could ask us for help.
I'm just starting my thesis on data visualization recently I was talking about this issue with my thesis advisor. After reading Peter Gassner's article "Data Visualization Is A Tool, Too!" on I decided to write this blog post. I see three big roles of data visualization...
Have you ever tried to make close-up photos using your iPhone? Yes, it's impossible... iPhone camera has fixed focus so every time you want to take photo of something that is closer that 30 cm the photos come out blurry...