Generate, Adapt, Imitate
For my Bachelor Project Generate, Adapt, Imitate i was working and experimenting with Methods to use Machine-Learning technology to generate interesting visuals. During my research process i wanted to explore the transition between human analogue input and machine digital output. As a end-result of my research i ended up creating a interactive Installation where people were able to use my trained datasets to generate their own pictures using their analogue black and white inputs.
check out some of the results, produced by Visitors of the exhibition using 4 variations of training sets made available by me.
Colerful Asterix & Obelix stills
Courtroom Face Sketches
Waterloo Title Sequence
A re-envisioned Title Sequence for the 1970 spectacle Movie Waterloo by Sergei Bondartschuk.
It was filmed using large printed maps and a Sony X 70 camcorder on rails
The maps are copy’s of original maps used by the French and British during that time.
For the soundtrack i used the main theme from the Game Napoleon Total War by Creative Assembly composed by Ian Livingstone, Richard Beddow, Richard Birdsall and Simon Ravn.
This clip is the result of a student project made in 2017 where we had to create a Title Sequence for a movie.
Strategy Game Symbols
This is part of a School project creating Symbols, that use their visual language to be able to share a light on a topic or be a visual key to a action or word.
My symbol set is inspired by Napoleonic cartography symbols, that were used in battle-maps and depictions of battle-scenes. My aim was to create a set of symbols that could be used in a strategy game, that takes inspiration from the historic background of 18th and 19th century history and RTS gaming. I created my own analogue drawings and used them as a basis to create pixel styled symbols that could be used for a RTS User Interface. i also wanted them to have a interactive component, so i decided to add animation to it and finalised my symbols to be animated gif’s.
moving signage Bewegtplakat
The moving signage is a medium, that takes both inspiration from the Poster and the Teaser. I created tree different Variations to advertise the Bewegtplakat Exhibition. I used a globe, a möbius strip and a tetrahedron as my projection surfaces for the typography.
Creating Visuals using programming was a lot of fun to learn, and was next to using 3d software one of my preferred ways to create interaction and moving visuals. In one course we had to design a Letter, that would interact to sound-input. In the exhibition we also added a Laser that would draw our programmed lines. I learned a lot about using different parameters of the incoming sound to use for creating fitting visuals for music and language.