I write code to craft devices that generate visuals and music, mostly by using openFrameworks, cheap computer things and duct tape.
I also craft alphabeths and practice asemic writing.
you can find most of my things on my website: http://npisanti.com/
also for reference: a picture of a coffee and me
"THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS ETHICAL CONSUMPTION IN THE PRETA-LOKA"
as usual, everything is also up on my journal:
starting to draw my wavetable deck in #theWorkshop
webcam tripod shot:
I've made myself yet another one yesterday. And this one is a whole another story. I've been thinking about doing symmetrical brushes for a long time. Didn't know how to do them because I really don't know how to code, but I'm beginning to think I'm close to things I've always wanted. And it's fun. And I'm finding new and surprising things in it. The way we build design tools is super important.
This video, showing the nervous system growing in a developing zebrafish embro https://betamax.video/videos/watch/3f063980-6914-4e56-bff7-43075e3a05f0
was asked to play some music but ended up drawing on public instead 🕵️ https://twitter.com/tema_ra/status/1092420695517220864
lost in a vast and fast searchable database of pre-1900 watercolours
basically tomorrow i have to travel to have a talk at the processing day in rome (the day after) so i'm fetching all the #ORCA videos on twitter to study them in the 7 hours bus commute from turin to rome
▱▱▱▱ MUSHY ▱▱▱▱
is an asset pack of neural network generated isometric tiles, for use in your projects. its a complete mess and i'm very proud of it. you can get it for free at -