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J-Code: Mike Brondbjerg

Mike Brondbjerg is a designer, a developer, and an artist working in data visualization, information design, web applications and generative design. He uses a range of technology including Processing, Arduino, HTML, JS, CSS, D3JS & WebGL. The works shown below are primarily made with Processing...

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J-train Design: Iron Fish Video Response

What is the problem? Millions of people are impacted by iron deficiencies due to food disparity and malnutrition. Access and socio-economic restraints inhibit many people from acquiring the appropriate daily value of iron intake. This results in fatigue, lower cognitive functioning, among other ailments that can...

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Creative code artist

David cool is an artist and a technologist in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His works are creative by using digital technology and metaphysical exploration. His works are including many types of things and combine them together well. Sound visualization ...

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2 Train | Creative Coding Project

Analysis, a music and art disc for the web, is a website built by Three js. and others audio Api.  I love this website and always watch the music visualization while listening to the music. http://analysis.4sceners.de/#!/   it is 3D computing graphic. Using Three js.  People can zoom...

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J-train Creative Code Examples

LOUIS VUITTON - SERIES 2 Es Devlin Projection Mapping through surveillance converted in real-time and projected onto two-way acrylic mirror. BRIGHT RED LIGHTS ILLUMINATE A BED COVERED IN EERIE MIST Li Hui LED light board with individual ray beams displayed upon installed object ...

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2-Train Creative use of Code: Casey Reas

Casey Reas makes really amazing art using Processing! He generates random experiences every time he runs his code, by applying a set of rules and randomly spawning assets. Reas is on of the co-developers for Processing, and creates mesmerizing, fractal-esque, style art. It is inspiring...

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