Lenco-MD is the record player of the 21st century. It is 3D printed, modularand made of renewable green materials. The Lenco-MD rethinks the classic concept of the record player. Although its design is inspired by classic Lenco record players, its characteristics are not.
Private clothing is a Belgian-based livestyle brand with its roots in youth- and boardculture. They have strong DIY ethic and make a strong point about producing their clothing in a fair and sustainable way. This collaboration focussed on the fall collection.
The design was completely drawn by algorithm: the individual leaves as well as the overall composition around the logo.
Stellar is inspired by constellations of stars, abstracted using primitive shapes and points. They are not digitally drawn, but programmed with the Processing environment. A system of rules is set in place, in which the computer can randomly take decisions and generate an outcome. Therefore,
The cirular triangles serie places pseudo 3d triangles in a circular or vortex-like composition. 3 fixed colors are randomly distributed. They are not digitally drawn, but programmed with the Processing environment. A system of rules is set in place, in which the computer can randomly take decisions and generate an outcome.
The obtrusive ball is an interactie platform , consisting of ball that can sense movement. This system works without external controls. The end goal is to create a ball that is capable of playing different kinds of interactive games in real life (like tag, for instance). The project has come to a stop at prototype number 5,
This shirt design was created using the open source software Processing. I used Processing to collect the data of this database, which contains the magnitude of the largest earthquakes in Japan over the last 33 years.
This data was used to create a visually pleasing composition using the national Japanese flag as center piece,
With the help of 3 students we setup experiments on how this virtual singer would be best represented during the opera. In the end we developed a mask wherein we projected the pre-recorded face of the opera singer.
The images of the singer where controlled by computer on wich a performer pressed the buttons at the right time.