Cube

computer-generated design using IBM 1130 created in collaboration at Groupe Art et Informatique de Vincennes (GAIV)   Nahas describes the work: “The use of perforated cards as a support, thicker than the previous printer paper, which had a particular granularity, has also led us to other achievements of which the cubes are the most exemplary. […]

Walk Through Raster

computer used to create the image: Telefunken TR4 using Algol 60 and custom software Walk Through Raster machine used to draw the image: ZUSE Graphomat Z64   In 1966, Nake used the Walk-through-Raster software in the ALGOL 60 programming language to create as series of computer-generated drawings on paper. The drawings were produced by a […]

Walk Through Raster

computer used to create the image: Telefunken TR4 using Algol 60 and custom software Walk Through Raster machine used to draw the image: ZUSE Graphomat Z64   In 1966, Nake used the Walk-through-Raster software in the ALGOL 60 programming language to create as series of computer-generated drawings on paper. The drawings were produced by a […]

Walk Through Raster

computer used to create the image: Telefunken TR4 using Algol 60 and custom software Walk Through Raster machine used to draw the image: ZUSE Graphomat Z64   In 1966, Nake used the Walk-through-Raster software in the ALGOL 60 programming language to create as series of computer-generated drawings on paper. The drawings were produced by a […]

Walk Through Raster

computer used to create the image: Telefunken TR4 using Algol 60 and custom software Walk Through Raster machine used to draw the image: ZUSE Graphomat Z64   In 1966, Nake used the Walk-through-Raster software in the ALGOL 60 programming language to create as series of computer-generated drawings on paper. The drawings were produced by a […]

P-159 R Cubic Limit I

signed lower right “New York Nov. 5 1983 AE=O” written on the back of the frame   This algorithm uses the 12 edges of the cube as an alphabet. The number of lines slowly decreases towards the sides of the outside square in a statistical procedure, while the cube slowly rotates.   In Cubic Limit, Mohr […]

Electronic Abstraction 27

signed lower right titled lower left Ben Laposky produced his Oscillons on an analogue cathode-ray oscilloscope. He then manipulated the electronic wave forms (Lissajous-figures) displayed on the screen and then photographed the results. He thus created some of the first graphics generated using an electronic machine and helped pave the way for the truly digital […]

Electronic Abstraction 4

signed lower right titled lower left Ben Laposky produced his Oscillons on an analogue cathode-ray oscilloscope. He then manipulated the electronic wave forms (Lissajous-figures) displayed on the screen and then photographed the results. He thus created some of the first graphics generated using an electronic machine and helped pave the way for the truly digital […]

Electronic Abstraction 52

signed lower right titled lower left Ben Laposky produced his Oscillons on an analogue cathode-ray oscilloscope. He then manipulated the electronic wave forms (Lissajous-figures) displayed on the screen and then photographed the results. He thus created some of the first graphics generated using an electronic machine and helped pave the way for the truly digital […]