Exhibition. A curated collection of projects created with Processing. New software added each month.

Curated by Filip Visnjic of CreativeApplications.net
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Roots
by Memo Akten, Owen Vallis, Jordan Hochenbaum

An interactive installation where participants engage in making generative / semi-generative / and or composed music by moving their fingers and objects around the Brick multi-touch surface.

Links: Memo.tv

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NPZvisualizer
by Neil Banas

Tool for exploring the dynamics of coastal marine ecosystems. Exchanges between plankton populations push the system sometimes toward equilibrium, sometimes into simple cycles, sometimes into chaos.

Links: Banas' design, Banas' oceanography

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Mæve
by Interface Design Team of FH Potsdam

Provides visual and tangible access to the conceptual networks behind architectural projects. The installation is part of the 11th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.

Links: FH Potsdam, MACE

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YMYI
by Joao Martinho Moura and Jorge Sousa

Space where the user interacts with a living image through his body movements.

Links: Joao Martinho Moura, Master in Technology and Digital Art

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Body Navigation
by Jonas Jongejan and Ole Kristensen for Recoil Performance Group

Infrared motion tracking and floor projection installation for a Danish Dance Theatre production with choreographer Tina Tarpgaard.

Links: Ole Kristensen, HalfdanJ, Recoil Performance Group

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News Knitter
by Ebru Kurbak & Mahir M. Yavuz

Visualization of news feeds as knitted garments.

Links: Mahir M. Yavuz

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Wordscapes
by Peter Cho

A collection of reactive one-word poem landscapes.

Links: Typotopo.com, Pcho.net

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Counterclockwise
by David Muth

A generative video piece with music by Hiaz.

Links: DavidMuth.net

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proximityOfNeeds
by Lia

Generative, parameterized images and sound.

Links: strangethingshappen.org

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Volume of Emptiness
by John Houck

Volume of Emptiness is an installation that continually unfolds architectural spaces. Virtual volumes are created by a field of motors in the ceiling that each have a number of threads attached to them.

Links: JohnHouck.com

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Big Screens
by NYU ITP

Dan Shiffman's NYU students write software for a 120 by 12 foot video wall at IAC's world headquarters designed by Frank Gehry.

Links: Shiffman.net

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Nervous System, Play + Learn
by Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg

Shows the global exchange of information by visualizing volumes of data flowing in and out of New York City.

Links: Nervous System

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