Elm Town Podcast on Generative Art

Following my talk on generative art at YOW! Lambda Jam, I had a super fun conversation with Kevin Yank on my work process, design process, inspiration, and most importantly, technical insights using the programming language, Elm

The podcast episode is published at Elm Town, episode 34. You can listen to the episode above, or go to the podcast page and subscribe with one of your podcaster apps.

If you are interested in my presentation recording, video is up on YouTube.

Let's Make Functional Generative Art

Programming generative art, also known as creative coding, is often a trial-and-error process, combining creativity and logic to present something aesthetic. However, creative coding has a high barrier to entry due to the breadth of knowledge and coding skills required. This talk aims to lower that barrier for you to take home and practice creative coding.

I was privileged to speak at YOW! Lambda Jam 2018 on functional programming and creative, generative art. You can get the slides here, and the example gallery online here.

Want to see more of my talk? Get in touch.

Penplotting with the Axidraw V3

Penplotting with the Axidraw V3

I purchased a penplotter called AxiDraw V3, which is a fine-precision 2D plotter that can be used with any implement at 90˚ and 45˚ configurations. My plotter is refurbished with free ground shipping, and delivered by Auspost Shopmate mail redirection service. It works like brand new.

I am working on a RESTful API for the plotter, using their private beta Python CLI which has a permissive open source license. Watch this space.