Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Green and grey

It is raining and cold. I have been awake since 3am. At first watching some silly Hallmark movie to lull myself back to dreamland. Then gave up and decided to check email. 

Now watching slow grey clouds float part the top of my computer screen and listening to the rain pound the skylights. The raindrops are making the leaves on the tree right outside my window dance up and down. It almost looks like a musical scale in tune with the rain. New greens leaves of the Liquid Amber tree against the grey. New green and grey - my favorite color combination. 

 Looking through OpenProcessing site and thinking how wonderful it would be to create these little gems. But my brain can not take on another project, new thought or want at this moment in time.
This "Particles" by Asher Salomon

Reading about Stem by Diana Lange – Building stems from colour with Processing
Rain app by developer: Rainer Kohlberger


abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz [iPhone]. Created as the result of Jörg Piringer’s ongoing research, abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz is a sound toy and a performance tool. You can play with the letter-creatures and watch and listen how they interact with each other or use them to produce soundscapes like you would with an electronic musical instrument. (Makes me want an iPhone). 

 Created by Diana Lange, this project is a visualization of Thedor Fontane‘s poem “Brücke am Tay”. Included are 5 different applications, each one visualising the poem in a slightly different way.

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