Monthly Archives: June 2010

worldmaking

worldmaking is a site dedicated to exploring how to make worlds: spaces and systems that accumulate complexity.  The site weaves together the spaces of computation, cybernetics, poetics, mathematics, biology, among others, through observations, musings, and, above all, software experiments and techniques. … Continue reading

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Membranes and Meshes

As a first stab at implement some membrane-like structures, I’ve been working off of a paper by Yifan Hu describing how to automatically lay out large graph structures using a spring-electric model.  The paperdescribes an adaptive method for simulating the … Continue reading

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