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Frames from an MRA on my brain, checking out blood vessels in my right ear (everything is fine).

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40 particles move around in several concentric circles at constant speed. At each pixel, the set of distances from the pixel to each particle are calculated, and the pixel is colored a shade of grey…

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Each frame is generated by taking 100 particles arranged in a circle and moving them around for a while under certain "gravitational" rules, leaving trails of varying width and density.…

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Each frame is generated by taking 35 particles arranged in a grid and moving them around for a while under certain "gravitational" rules, leaving trails of varying width and density. The…

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• 03:10

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A forward-biased random walk on the frames of a video of me playing the guitar. When I saw Conor's videos, I had to try it: cnr.lwlss.net/ConstrainedRandomWalk/ Made with perl, imagemagick,…

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Each frame is the result of a one dimensional continuous automata. The bottom row of pixels is the initial state of the CA; each frame has a slightly different initial state. The CA is iterated…

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A montage of 22 still self-portrait shots mixed together with a algorithm using color proximity. Made with Processing (processing.org).

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Twenty particles move linearly at various constant speeds, in randomly chosen directions, bouncing off the sides. For each pixel, determine the set of distances (using the "taxicab" metric)…

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Eight particles move linearly at various constant speeds, in randomly chosen directions, bouncing off the sides. For each pixel, determine the set of distances (using the standard euclidean distance)…

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15 particles move linearly at various constant speeds, in randomly chosen directions, bouncing off the sides. For each pixel, determine the set of distances from the pixel to each particle (distance…

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A biased random walk through a video of a friend saying some burger ingredients backwards. When I saw Conor's videos, I had to try it: cnr.lwlss.net/ConstrainedRandomWalk/ Made with Perl, Csound,…

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