rnayyar-final-perlin-noise-2 <— Download me for access to the code and index 🙂
Below are some screen shots of the results I got while playing around with the variables in my perlin noise flow generator. This is the Dan Shiffman video that helped me code this.
The perlin noise generator produces incredibly natural-looking threads, paths, hairs,
and and ripples across the canvas. I played with the variable values, particle count,
and offset values to get so many varying results.
These are only a select few. These patterns were then laser cut onto wooden panels.
The wood grain, wood color, and specific images, produced many different results.
I intended to have people arrange the panels so that there would be a continuous
path or bolt that strings through the work. This is an interactive piece that invites
touch, play, observation, and puzzle-solving. I used wood as my medium because it
was such a versatile material created by resources taken from nature itself.
This is a photo of the laser cutter engraving a pattern. The quality is a bit iffy because the
laser cutter moves so quickly.
****more photos will be edited in after tonight
Loop Drawing- Flashy Dancefloor
I actually had this done before class started, I just had many problems trying to upload the file onto my andrew space. My free trial of Fetch had ended so I thought the quickest way to upload would be on my Neocities page but it refused to work properly. Then I tried download Fetch again which failed. Then I remembered FileZilla which ended up working but I kept on putting my index.html file into my “www” folder (like I recall doing with my drawing tool and drawing tool 2.0) which caused my andrew site to crash. Then I got really mad and just threw the entire project folder in there and it worked. Moral of the story is that when in doubt, just put the entire project in the www folder…
da nü tool 🙂
Opposing mirror function and altered stroke weight.
Mouse Speed Determines Color Change
In a mirrored line movement, the speed of your mouse correlates to the change in color that the lines undergo. Quick speed allows for a more varied and vibrant color shift, while slower speed results in a darker, duller, and less varied color usage.
edits to be made; messy conclusions led to me deleting a bunch of trash and then I lost the race against time when it came down to finishing it properly :~( Will be updated and finished appropriately!!!!