Week 5, Inspiration

Posted: October 3rd, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Examples | 11 Comments »

Everyone post one link here (preferably a video or live demo) that shows a code project that you really like. Processing/openFrameworks are ideal but not necessary…flash or other stuff is fine if it is purely code based. Be prepared to give a small background on the work and the developer/artist/designer/etc that made it.

We’ll talk in class about each project and think about how they were made, hopefully this will give everyone inspiration and ideas for how they can incorporate code into their projects.

Check the links that were posted before yours to make sure no one else posted what you have found!


11 Comments on “Week 5, Inspiration”

  1. 1 Alvaro said at 8:10 pm on October 5th, 2010:

    This is a very interesting commercial created by Motion Theory

    http://www.motiontheory.com/work/nike_one

  2. 2 Philippe Ramet said at 7:27 pm on October 6th, 2010:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou8vRWTSsJo

  3. 3 Seokin Jang said at 9:07 pm on October 6th, 2010:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9HMn6bd-v8&p=B8881163D1D3726C&playnext=1&index=34

  4. 4 Minho Kim said at 5:50 am on October 7th, 2010:

    http://www.movingbrands.com/?category_name=lcfg06-work#experience

  5. 5 bree said at 7:18 pm on October 7th, 2010:

    This one is from the Processing exhibition page. I like it because it’s very organic and typographic at the same time. I think it makes a really interesting image http://onecm.com/projects/mycelium/

  6. 6 Ben Riley said at 7:25 pm on October 7th, 2010:

    http://tane.us

  7. 7 Ben Riley said at 7:25 pm on October 7th, 2010:

    It’s flash, but it uses code to make flash do all sorts of weird stuff.

  8. 8 Francisco Zamorano said at 7:27 pm on October 7th, 2010:

    http://www.creativeapplications.net/mac/ribbonpaint-cinder-mac/

  9. 9 Lisa Lee said at 7:36 pm on October 7th, 2010:

    http://www.tracychapman.com/

  10. 10 Oylum said at 8:17 pm on October 7th, 2010:

    Awesome processing drawings:
    http://complexification.net/gallery/

    Wooden mirror:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZysu9QcceM

  11. 11 Ming-Che, Tu said at 7:16 pm on October 9th, 2010:

    http://www.crunchgear.com/2010/07/20/one-of-the-most-amazing-physics-engines-ive-ever-seen/


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