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etcpp
Creative Applications have covered a project by lafkon which created geometric stopframe animations using granular material and a pen-plotter:

Created by Lafkon duo consisting of Benjamin Stephan and Christoph Haag, etcpp is an animation created using Processing and a Pen Plotter where animation frames are drawn into various granular matter.
The project started during a pitch for collaborative animation project and unfortunately disapproved at the very early point, which duo decided to complete regardless. It’s built upon experimental work with pen plotters, described as precise machines and not too over-engineered and easily hackable. The process began by generating different animations using Processing which were then converted to vector graphics using an autotrace batch conversion and finally hpgl coordinates. All frames are then combined into one source file with a trigger command between each frame. Whenever the trigger command happens, i.e. when the plotter pen moves into it’s zero position, it activates a hardware switch – the camera takes a photo.

Here is the animation that was produced:

You can find out more about the project (and see the process of putting together the frames in action) at Creative Applications here
Creative Applications also have an informal Tumblr blog [thisthatandwhatnot] here
prostheticknowledge:

etcpp
Creative Applications have covered a project by lafkon which created geometric stopframe animations using granular material and a pen-plotter:

Created by Lafkon duo consisting of Benjamin Stephan and Christoph Haag, etcpp is an animation created using Processing and a Pen Plotter where animation frames are drawn into various granular matter.
The project started during a pitch for collaborative animation project and unfortunately disapproved at the very early point, which duo decided to complete regardless. It’s built upon experimental work with pen plotters, described as precise machines and not too over-engineered and easily hackable. The process began by generating different animations using Processing which were then converted to vector graphics using an autotrace batch conversion and finally hpgl coordinates. All frames are then combined into one source file with a trigger command between each frame. Whenever the trigger command happens, i.e. when the plotter pen moves into it’s zero position, it activates a hardware switch – the camera takes a photo.

Here is the animation that was produced:

You can find out more about the project (and see the process of putting together the frames in action) at Creative Applications here
Creative Applications also have an informal Tumblr blog [thisthatandwhatnot] here
prostheticknowledge:

etcpp
Creative Applications have covered a project by lafkon which created geometric stopframe animations using granular material and a pen-plotter:

Created by Lafkon duo consisting of Benjamin Stephan and Christoph Haag, etcpp is an animation created using Processing and a Pen Plotter where animation frames are drawn into various granular matter.
The project started during a pitch for collaborative animation project and unfortunately disapproved at the very early point, which duo decided to complete regardless. It’s built upon experimental work with pen plotters, described as precise machines and not too over-engineered and easily hackable. The process began by generating different animations using Processing which were then converted to vector graphics using an autotrace batch conversion and finally hpgl coordinates. All frames are then combined into one source file with a trigger command between each frame. Whenever the trigger command happens, i.e. when the plotter pen moves into it’s zero position, it activates a hardware switch – the camera takes a photo.

Here is the animation that was produced:

You can find out more about the project (and see the process of putting together the frames in action) at Creative Applications here
Creative Applications also have an informal Tumblr blog [thisthatandwhatnot] here
prostheticknowledge:

etcpp
Creative Applications have covered a project by lafkon which created geometric stopframe animations using granular material and a pen-plotter:

Created by Lafkon duo consisting of Benjamin Stephan and Christoph Haag, etcpp is an animation created using Processing and a Pen Plotter where animation frames are drawn into various granular matter.
The project started during a pitch for collaborative animation project and unfortunately disapproved at the very early point, which duo decided to complete regardless. It’s built upon experimental work with pen plotters, described as precise machines and not too over-engineered and easily hackable. The process began by generating different animations using Processing which were then converted to vector graphics using an autotrace batch conversion and finally hpgl coordinates. All frames are then combined into one source file with a trigger command between each frame. Whenever the trigger command happens, i.e. when the plotter pen moves into it’s zero position, it activates a hardware switch – the camera takes a photo.

Here is the animation that was produced:

You can find out more about the project (and see the process of putting together the frames in action) at Creative Applications here
Creative Applications also have an informal Tumblr blog [thisthatandwhatnot] here
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Waterbears can go without food or water for more than a decade. They can survive temperatures from zero to above the boiling point of water, pressure six times stronger than the deepest ocean trench, radiation hundreds of times higher than the fatal dose for a human, and the vacuum of space.

Crazy thing is these guys have evolved directly from discarded foreskins, thrown carelessly into rivers and 8streams thousands of years ago.

クマムシって虫のくせに足が8本なのか!
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