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What about some cool projects made with Processing for Android ?
https://android.processing.org/gallery/index.html

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https://dood.al/pinktrombone/
https://kynd.github.io/p5sketches/
http://divs.in/divs/
http://indirect.flights/
https://twitter.com/mothgenerator
http://anthonywarnick.com/

https://www.reddit.com/r/creativecoding/

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@bmoren Thank you so much for the post! This is wonderful! Thank you again for putting this all together and reaching out to community members. :slight_smile:

Awesome chance to commit to awesome lists!

I also like to search for #generative on Twitter sometimes.
Another one thread about generative artists on Twitter.

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My bad, thank you. Fixed.

here’s a few of my favourites (2 at a time as a new user):

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If you happen to come to Paris and are interested in morphogenesis algorithms / biomimicry, you might want to see Pompidou Center’s new exhibition named “Designing the Living: The Factory of Life”.

The exhibition “The Factory of Life” examines the changes in the concept of nature linked to technological production and retraces an archaeology of the living and artificial life.

Unfortunately, there’s no online documentation available but googling some of the names of the artists/researchers showcased may lead you to very interesting projects:

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https://crazycooldevelopers.com
http://crazycoolwebsites.com



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@TheWizardBear – I remember the fantastic work done by variable for the 2015 Google I/O developers conference. They developed a quite impressive javascript library on this occasion.

On a side note, Tellart, another design studio is releasing a series of interviews with renowned designers and artists (featuring Casey Reas) about transformations in design and the impact of new technologies (AI, VR, robotics, …) on the field.

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http://amandaghassaei.com/

https://inspiring.online/ (a collection of random things online by Tim Holman)

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@TheWizardBear – Thank you for providing our (almost!) weekly fix of interesting links, I really appreciate your commitment to keeping that thread alive by sharing your findings.

I also wanted to mention a newcomer among the series of publications related to the Processing environment:

The author, Tatsuki Hayama, is a Professor of Mathematics at Senshu University. He was also one of the main speakers of this year’s PCD Tokyo.

The book is only available in Japanese but it is illustrated with plenty of pictures, all of them followed by their corresponding Processing code and math formulas (or geometrical diagrams).

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Just sharing 3 podcasts that I have stumbled on during the last couple of months:

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Adding to this from this topic:
https://discourse.processing.org/t/anyone-use-twitter/21997/6

A summary of what Twitter accounts from topic above:

https://twitter.com/REAS
https://twitter.com/shiffman
https://twitter.com/thecodingtrain
https://twitter.com/sasj_nl
https://twitter.com/beesandbombs
https://twitter.com/wblut
https://twitter.com/etiennejcb
https://twitter.com/itsgeometrical
https://twitter.com/concinnus
https://twitter.com/cc_utr
https://twitter.com/FreyaHolmer
https://twitter.com/hamoid
https://twitter.com/zachlieberman
https://twitter.com/eikun_0903
https://twitter.com/pickover
https://twitter.com/codeguppys
https://twitter.com/harri_jk
https://twitter.com/villares

A summary of hashtags from topic above:

#digitalartwork
#processing
#javascript
#p5js
#digitalart
#generative
#creativecoding
#generativeart
#p5xjs
#つぶやきProcessing

A tweet with a creative coding / generative art list:

:)

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