The following are 3 small experiments on Data Driven Drawings for the web. A line with D3.js and SVG I am using the d3 library and its easiness to visualize any kind of data to have the first look at my material. In this case, earthquake data from colombia gathered from Ingeominas and terrorist attacks data from the Centro Nacional… Read more »
The web in its infinitely limited capacity provokes a lot of interesting challenges for someone like me trying to combine traditional forms of animation and Internet technology. One of the ideas I’ve been more curious about lately is modularity, how to push hand drawn animated frames into a generative system that can infinitely develop? Part of the answer… Read more »
It’s been almost 2 years since I came to Singapore to start my PhD, what has been of it so far is a lot of reading and writing and I miss the less analytical mindset in which I usually perform a creative act. This website is going to be my virtual temple where I can retreat and… Read more »
I wanted to see how I was doing on my film by putting the latest stage of each cycle on top of the map/structure of the piece. Getting close to the end only a few weeks before picture-lock.
Found this wikipedia article on causal loop diagrams and thought of the parallel this idea seem to have with the map I’ve created to structure my film. This is helping a lot to find ways on visualizing how things develop in time on such systems. At the end this is what I am trying to… Read more »
Great use of “Slit Scan” or what is named in the video above as time displacement. What happens when multiple moments of ourselves converge and are visible in one single moment? powerful visual effect and provocative ideas about time arise.
Animated images dancing with “animated” bodies and vice-versa. Great music and performance. Hope I can see this live and in it’s entirety.
Great use of feedback and simple video delays to create a magnificent choreography and visual symphony. A pleasure for the senses even it’s in documentation.