Generative pattern for @loutre.co & @atlantic_drift, Jelly Legs Trousers For @loutre.co we created a c++ #openFrameworks app using jellyfish 🦪clips with a particle system and other shaders 🔮Generative design for dense patterns is perfect and allowed us to iterate and experiment until we liked the design.
convivial has created a multimedia installation in the new 400m² art gallery at The Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, next to Los Angeles. A main theme of our exhibition is coral reefs. We collaborated with Dr. John HR Burns from Marine Science and Data Science at the University of Hawaiʻi and other coral
convivial has created a multimedia installation in the new 400m² art gallery at The Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, next to Los Angeles. A main theme of our exhibition is plankton. We collaborated with biologist Christian Sardet to learn about the topic. In one drop of water, we can find 160 planctonic species
bespoke generative fashion – The generative scarves is the first work by convivial, it was started in 2014. It is an ongoing project called convivial project. convivial project provides a platform to get involved in designing a personal, thoughtful and unique item. Each product is carefully crafted in the UK. convivial project’s debut collection Generative Scarves examines algorithms and mathematical formulas that can be used via a digital interface to design unique and surprising patterns with an infinite choice of stunning colours, shapes and textures.
We created a tutorial for augmented reality book with projection. We always thought augmented reality to be a great technology however it is always required to experience it while looking through a device. We wanted to try to use it in combination with projection-mapping to create a seamless and magical experience. See more about the
There is no concrete reality, only the potential for an infinite number of outcomes, but nothing is ever decided until someone observes it. The Probable Universe is an interactive audio-visual installation generating an infinite combination of projected worlds in a physical environment using an industrial robotic arm. In order to present the concept we have