The Aziz! Light Crew Freeliner is a live geometric animation software built with Processing. The documentation is a little sparse and the ux is rough but powerfull.
Also known as a!LcFreeliner. This software is feature-full geometric animation software built for live projection mapping. Development started in fall 2013.
It is made with Processing. It is licensed as GNU Lesser General Public License. A official release will occur once I have solidified the new architecture developed during this semester.
Using a computer mouse cursor the user can create geometric forms composed of line segments. These can be created in groups, also known as segmentGroup. To facilitate this task the software has features such as centering, snapping, nudging, fixed length segments, fixed angles, grids, and mouse sensitivity adjustment.
Alan Outten : My work has ranged from designing stuff for NASA and ESA to recording the sounds of human muscle; from exhibition design to creating guimp : the world...
My most recent sculptural installations are constructed with discarded electronic materials: computer, telephone and electric cables, thousands of burnt-out bulbs, meters of videotape, old slot machines, celluloid, DVDs, etc. The installations explore the short life expectancy of the technologies we cast off and their relationship to organic mortality. These installations also seek to reanimate the lifeless. Light animations projected onto the installations appear to free the energy stored in the electronic waste, awakening in it memories of its past.
Through my work I try to bring dead materials back to life, reveal their secrets, revive the collective memory they contain to construct an accurate portrait of a society and an age.