Creating Kaleidoscopic images from scratch with Imagemagick. Continue reading “Tutorial: Creating Kaleidoscopic Images using only Imagemagick.”
Audio by soundcloud.com/kfractal.
I have been filming out the window of subways lately and have come up with a foolproof method for creating slit scan images out of these vignettes. I use an iPhone 5s held in portrait mode, so the instructions below include a rotation of the video before compositing.
If they’re not already installed, install ffmpeg and imagemagick using Homebrew:
$> brew install imagemagick
$> brew install ffmpeg
Continue reading “Creating Slit Scan Images from Quicktime Movies with FFMpeg on Mac OS X”
These 32 generative images (used as the background of this site) were inspired by the previous 16 Crystalline HTML Structures, use a custom OpenGL application, written in openFrameworks, to render generative patterns. The application (Github link) can also output Postscript vector files for high-resolution print output.
All Images after the jump.
First install Imagemagick with Homebrew with
brew install imagemagick
$> mkdir frames $> ffmpeg -i movie.mov -r 30 frames/$image%03d.jpg $> convert frames/*.jpg anim.gif
View on Codepen: http://codepen.io/camb416/pen/YPvpLz
An experiment in an art practice played out through Github. More Images on Github.