Tag Archives: processingjs
Refraction Reflection Refraction
A rainbow is an optical and meteorological phenomenon – thus, a rainbow is not an object, and cannot be physically approached.
Posted in Research Tagged 2013, dispersion, Olafur Eliasson, physics, processingjs, rainbow, ray, water, wavelength Comments Off
Liquid Sound Collisions are currently exhibited as part of the show Point-of-presence curated by Mikhel Proulx at the Truck Gallery in Calgary.
Posted in News Tagged 2011, Calgary, exhibition, liquid sound collision, processingjs 1 Comment
The Conspiracy Against Absoluteness
Posted in Research Tagged 2011, change, frame of reference, motion, observer, processingjs, relativity, space, speed of light, time, universe 1 Comment
An Oscillating Reality Battle!
The ambiguous Necker Cube causes a subjective spontaneous multistable perception which leads to involuntary oscillation.
Posted in Research Tagged 2011, Necker cube, optical illusion, perception, processingjs 1 Comment
Do Computers Hallucinate Electric Sheep?
A processing.js app that creates a processors visual Ganzfeld Effect. It starts out with an monotonous red color field and slowly amplifies any processor noise by coloring pixels and producing patterns.
Posted in Research Tagged 2011, Antony Gormley, Ganzfeld effect, noise, processingjs Leave a comment