Happy moments in generative art
Helena Vymazalová, Tomáš Staudek / TIM stand
Algorithmic art seldom creates finished and unchanging works. Generative creation is usually based on gradual or even never-ending development. During the generation, aesthetic solutions are tentatively sought for which we do not know the specific procedure or exact parameters. Algorithmic images are developed on the basis of interaction with the creator or with the use of chance (and more and more recently with the contribution of artificial intelligence). The lecture with practical examples presents various types of creative applications for rendering time and randomness in computer graphics. You will be convinced that if you manage to capture chance at the right time, it can bring you an unprecedented aesthetic experience.