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The Machine Forms Blog


Triangulation

Here is an algorithm which is used not in its original context – Delaunay Triangulation. Unlike previous posts, we will not be going into the intricacies of the steps involved. If you are interested in the details, you can probably start with its Wikipedia post. In short, you can feed the algorithm a collection of …

turner
 

Veins and Growth

Macrocosm and microcosm is a way of seeing the same patterns reproduced in all levels of the cosmos, from the largest to the smallest scale. What we are interested in are the processes which give rise to such patterns, and when we tweak the parameters of these processes, new patterns are created. Take evolution for …

darwin
 

Interconnectedness

This is perhaps the simplest algorithm we will introduce, but the results certainly do not seem so. To start with basics as per the short history in the Machine Forms blog, this will be how the code of drawing lines look like in readable form – start from a random point on the canvas choose …

ampersand
 

Squiggles

Our blog will touch on some of our processes and hopefully provide insights into our world of generating form using code. This first post is about one of our simpler algorithms which mimics doodling or squiggling. When we talk about machines, computers or programming, what comes to mind is perfection, or rather, perfect execution of …

Idontknow
 
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