The Computer Art Project

Software Art

Welcome to my software art project. Software keeps me entertained during these unusual times, and I hope you enjoyed seeing some of the results. These sketches start by taking some information from from the UK Government Covid Testing Data and turning this information into abstracted forms. The public initially saw:

The sketches below use this same data and displays them in an abstract form. Best viewed in wide screen on mobile devices.

“Mondrian”

An example of blocked colours. Click or touch to update. The start position of the data is random so each drawing should be fairly unique.

Tree

Interpretation as a tree. Click to update tree. Each update will be unique due to random values of branch density.

Spiral

Data as a colour spiral. A tap or click on the buttons will change the website or interpretation.

Signal Trace

Interpretation as a signal trace. Mouse click will alter the website data used. A tap or mouse click will change the website used.

Coloured Blocks

Website data interpretation as a simple coloured blocks

Credits:
Processing – https://processing.org/
p5.js – https://p5js.org/
JavaScript – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JavaScript
Kate – Advanced Text Editor – http://kate-editor.org
Microsoft Visual Studio – https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/
Apache – https://www.apache.org/
WordPress – https://en-gb.wordpress.org/
Responsive P5JS for WP – https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/responsive-p5js-for-wp/
The Coding Train – https://thecodingtrain.com/
The UK Government – https://coronavirus.data.gov/

Inspired by:
The Moonlight Sonata Reflected from the Surface of the Moon – http://katiepaterson.org/portfolio/earth-moon-earth/

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