Part III of Gestalting Code - Coding Gestalt
In this lecture you will get to know various representations of visual form in the simple surface and on the two-sided plane. You will also learn how to create these with code.
Rasters, Pixels, Patches
The 2D Tool-Path
Sculptural composition is the arrangement of form in 3D space. You will get to know theories of how shapes may be represented in our minds, and inside the computer. We will get to know tools and processes for 3D shape creation, and the formats used to capture the process.
Voxels and Meshes
The 3D Tool-Path
This lecture is all about the composition of sonic form. We will see how the gestalt laws, that most commonly applied to the visual domain, can easily be transfered to the auditory domain. We will get to know a couple of audiotory illusions, showing the gestalt laws at work. This lecture will provide you with hands-on knowledge about sonic composition in WAV, MIDIMusical Instruments Digital Interface see also →OSC and OSC[[OSC|Open Sound Control]] format.
Composing MIDIMusical Instruments Digital Interface see also →OSC
Composing OSC[[OSC|Open Sound Control]]
In this lecture we will learn about the textile structure and process of craft. You will get to know the various formats used for representing textile structures. You will learn about the textile process of weaving, knitting and embroidery, and how it can be represented in code.