Category Archives: Projects

Funware exhibition :: Auto-Illustrator documentation 0

Above is the finished, edited demonstration video produced for the Funware exhibition in MU Eindhoven. Due to the fact that this was a screen recording and I did not adjust my resolution whilst recording it I ended up having to use some funny codecs which exported at 1280×800 and at decent quality. Rendering took approximately [...]

Auto-illustrator by Adrian Ward 0

Signwave Auto-illustrator is a piece of software and an artwork in its own right written by Arian Ward, which parodies the well established vector graphics application by Adobe. Auto-illustrator is a fully functioning vector graphics application that on the surface (GUI) appears to be no different from the proprietary or FLOSS alternatives such as Illustrator [...]

One Button Workshop 1

I’m currently taking part in a workshop being put on by the Openlab Workshops group. Openlab specialise in workshops in art and technology using free software such as Processing and Arduino. This particular workshop appealed to me because unlike most others there is the motivation to achieve a particular output at its completion rather than [...]

Wabbitware released 0

As I’ve mentioned previously my Major Project for a Masters in Interactive Media is a critical software piece called Wabbitware. Today I reached the point where I am ready to release it to the wild. There is now a website dedicated to the project distribution and also aggregation of modified versions of the software. Below [...]

Wabbitware 1

Below is the introductory text for my major project. It is a critical software project called Wabbitware and will be part of the We are All Transistors graduate Exposition at Goldsmiths. Wabbitware is derived from the term ‘wabbit’ which is used in hacker jargon to describe a certain class of software which self-replicates or which [...]