Glitch, generative design and creative coding.

This is more of a side-project, something

I’m always interested in exploring new ways you can create imagery with the use of digital tools, even if I don’t really understand them. Yes, I have to admit I’m a complete amateur in this. I don’t know what I am doing. At all. I just dabble.
I play around with apps or tools I find online, just to see what I can get out of them. Sometimes the results are nice little stand-alone things or perhaps they can be used as an element in some other project.

Either way, it’s fun to do and can lead to interesting results or new ways to think about constructing images.

 

Slitscan

Slitscan imaging techniques are used to create static images of time-based phenomena. With digital tools, thin slices are extracted from a sequence of video frames and put together again to create a new static image.

(This is older work for which I used an online-tool but I don’t seem able to find the name of that software nor its creator anymore. If I do, I’ll add them here…)