Thursday, October 27, at En3my Sound, 1550 N. Milwaukee Ave., 3rd floor, in Chicago: I’ll be presenting the newest version of my Processing library, IgnoCodeLib. I may even be so lucky as to have it online and ready to download. If not, expect an announcement soon. IgnoCodeLib provides a framework for 2D graphics using Bézier curves and straight lines. It can export its graphics to Adobe Illustrator. Moar information can be found on the Dorkbot Chicago site.
I’ll also hang some of my most recent work, created with my library. I’ve been posting much of it to Flickr, to the Sampling Patterns 55 set (a selection from the larger Sampling Patterns set) and recently to the Tree Jive set. This animated GIF, Not a Glitch, was created with the Tree Jive algorithm. My page on on Open Processing has some samples of the library used for animation.
Update: for those curious about the algorithmic technique behind the Tree Jive patterns, L-systems or string-rewriting systems, I recommend Prusinkiewicz and Lindenmeyer’s book The Algorithmic Beauty of Plants, available in a free, high-resolution version on the Algorithmic Botany web site.