The CyberAnthill: A Computational Sculpture (Unknown language)

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The CyberAnthill is both a generative sculpture and a Live Computational Sculpting (LCS) system that uses a 3D printer and custom software to build plastic sculptures out of layered cellular automata. As the title alludes to, the cellular automata are inspired by Langston's Ant and the light cycle racers in the cult 1980's science-fiction movie Tron. Instead of the normal process of printing exacting, predetermined 3D models, the 3D printer generates its plastic forms by running unpredictable computer code.

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Wandering Without Wondering
Williams, Peter J. / Wong, Sala | 2019
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The CyberAnthill: A Computational Sculpture
Raskob, Evan | 2019
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Mutator VR: Vortex Artwork and Science Pedagogy Adaptations
Putnam, Lance / Todd, Stephen / Latham, William / Williams, Duncan | 2019
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Artistic Sketching for Expressive Coding
Fourquet, Elodie | 2019
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Transhuman Expression - Human-Machine Interaction as a Neutral Base for a New Artistic and Creative Practice
Grayver, Liat / Volpe, Gualtiero | 2019
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Emergence in the Expressive Machine
Dekker, Laura | 2019
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Visual Communication with Successive Reading of Public and Secret Information by Generating Dual-Layer Images
Hammoudi, Karim / Benhabiles, Halim / Melkemi, Mahmoud / Kadapanatham, Shashank Rao | 2019
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Sketch-Based Modeling of Parametric Shapes
Wailly, Bastien / Bousseau, Adrien | 2019
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SURFACE: Xbox Controlled Hot-wire Foam Cutter
Hong, Freddie Taewoo | 2019
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