Compositium 3 consists of four superimposed copies of an image representing two plumes created by Brownian motion. The copies have been translated, flipped, and arranged to counterbalance the irregularity of the plumes with a degree of symmetry and also to fill the canvas.
The original Brownian motion image was made with a new version of Kaleidoscope, an iphone app for running simulations and procedural art animations. This version features a drop-in architecture by means of which different dynamical systems can be dropped into the app with no changes to the rendering engine.
My ideas usually come not at my desk writing but in the midst of living.
– Anais Nin
zipTimer: an iPod/iPhone app for pacing piano practice, cooking, workouts, you name it.
Related: Compositium 1 | Compositium 2