Tag Archives: software-art

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 [...]

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 [...]

Critical software project 5

This image has modified and released under the GNU General Public License. Original credit to Peter Garwinski. [link] I am in the development stages of a new project which will be my Major for a Masters in Interactive Media: Critical Theory and Practice at Goldsmiths. I have decided to create a software art piece for [...]