Working with a novel image sensor and towards the fundamentals of image processing.
Emacs Lisp Animations
Emacs, a programmer's text editor with roots in the 1970s, is a great tool for animation. Clearly, the thing to do was to teach how to make animations in Emacs by programming it in Lisp.
Street View: A Selection
In 2008, I made a portfolio of Google-sourced images for Triple Canopy magazine.
During summer 2009, I spent a lot of time working on a project called "Ashley", a computer chorus, reminiscent of Robert Ashley's operas, that speaks words from a library.
In 1999, I dreamed I was drifting over the Bowery at sunset. The street was covered by a red fog laced with yellow-orange fumes.
The digital Ocean has been my ongoing project since 2000. It is a real-time, physics based, interactive manifestation of the ocean.
Akureyri physics experiments
During the dark nights of Akureyri, I tried to learn the physics of collisions.
I became very interested in Stephen Wolfram's work on cellular automatons (A New Kind of Science). It seemed great to let the automatons make incredibly intricate drawings.
A program I wrote to help me write by rearranging the words.
I made it speak extemporaneously: as it came up with new words it spoke them, then forgot them.
Swans on Mars
Biological truth, visually manifest!
Back when it was a very bad idea to make digital projects... First digital project from '95.