For the Long Night of Sciences 2014, with several people from the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, we put together an interactive, audio-visual installation environment. It featured large video displays and live generated music, which the visitors could interact with.

Here is a video output from the generative simulation and visualization code I wrote for this piece. A little more meditative than most of my work. It is vaguely inspired by synchronous cell divisions, and largely draws from stochastic jump processes between ON/OFF states. In the installation setup, visitors had an interface, on which simulation parameters could be adjusted in real time to affect the simulation.

 

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