Dense Circles

Posted: December 29, 2018 at 6:10 pm

These are generated the same as the previous circles, except the number of layers is increased from 3 to 10. I focused on circles, but the stripes and chevrons at this density looked very interesting too! With 10 layers that would be at least a 74 item vector that describes the composition! Maybe 5-7 would be sufficient (39-53 item vectors). I think this is enough time with the visual explorations and it’s time to get the Jetson board and see what it can do; I’m also well overdue to start working on face detection and social media integration! I hope the monitor issues work out. I’m even more convinced that square is the way to go.


Stripes…

Posted: December 29, 2018 at 5:39 pm


Chevrons!

Posted: December 29, 2018 at 5:27 pm


The Circles Return!

Posted: December 24, 2018 at 6:53 pm

Thanks to the OpenFrameworks forum, some code was provided to convert textures from rectangular to polar coordinates. This allowed me to get circles working again! I also tweaked the code quite a bit in regards to the frequencies of sinewaves. In this version sinewaves (and offsets) are randomly selected, but limited to a particular granularity; the result is the frequencies are a lot more constrained and I’ve also lowered the max frequency leading to broader bands. I’m quite happy with these results! I have not looked at how these changes effect the stripe and chevron rendering modes, but I’ll take a look at that soon. Following are a couple of full-resolution selections from above.