Aaron Meyers
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CLIMBER
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INVERSION 1
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INVERSION 1

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TWIRL
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playing with moiré
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playing with moiré

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three circles
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three circles

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SOURCE
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inspired by a shot from this music video by Jack Featherstone and Will Samuel.
check out the processing source code
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if you are not following my new & improved tumblr, you are asleep at the wheel of the internet

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Over the weekend, I added tag pages to 3frames. I also went to see Ryoji Ikeda’s amazing Transfinite show at the Park Avenue Armory. The installation lent itself nicely to gifs so I made a bunch while I was there and later tagged them “transfinite” on the website and now you can see them all at http://3fram.es/tag/transfinite (along with more that another 3frames user uploaded)!
I added the ability to tag gifs on the website a while back, but except for the fields below the animation on a page, there hasn’t really been any functional use for them until now. Still, since adding them, I’ve occasionally added tags to some other people’s stuff. Here are some additional well-represented tag pages:
http://3fram.es/tag/cat
http://3fram.es/tag/dog
http://3fram.es/tag/middlefinger
So I’ll try and add more tag functionality going forward, but tag pages are a nice enough way to organize some of the content on the site.

Over the weekend, I added tag pages to 3frames. I also went to see Ryoji Ikeda’s amazing Transfinite show at the Park Avenue Armory. The installation lent itself nicely to gifs so I made a bunch while I was there and later tagged them “transfinite” on the website and now you can see them all at http://3fram.es/tag/transfinite (along with more that another 3frames user uploaded)!

I added the ability to tag gifs on the website a while back, but except for the fields below the animation on a page, there hasn’t really been any functional use for them until now. Still, since adding them, I’ve occasionally added tags to some other people’s stuff. Here are some additional well-represented tag pages:

http://3fram.es/tag/cat

http://3fram.es/tag/dog

http://3fram.es/tag/middlefinger

So I’ll try and add more tag functionality going forward, but tag pages are a nice enough way to organize some of the content on the site.

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Jonathan Cecil’s Chicago Fly:

"Easy access to aerial imagery and geospatial information is changing how we view and interact with our urban environments. I use these resources to investigate geologic and urban structures, particularly in areas of political interest. This series of work uses satellite and aerial imaging data to explore and to critique the illusionary boundary of macro and micro scales through defamiliarization. Images of urban areas are the input for a computational process that produces a high resolution 3D mesh which is rendered with ray tracing software to produce a final animation."