Generating computational textiles

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Sketching out how math would work for these triangles. sin and cos replaced numbers to make triangles more dynamic.

Sketching out how math would work for these triangles. sin and cos replaced numbers to make triangles more dynamic.

In order to play with computational textiles, I started with creating a triangle and rotated  three times to make a set. The set became a fundamental patch for all the textiles that I created. Here is my code for the projet. I also got great pattern making references from Rune Madsen, one of amazing professors at ITP. Here is how I developted his code. He used rotations differently from mine. 

So glad Processing came to my life so that I can create lots of patterns! :) I will be exploring more intricate pattern designs and also printing them in both 2D and 3D. Down below, you will find a shirt I made with parrot conversational patterns.

[right] Grunge style shirt. Intentional worn out tear for styling. [left] Parrot conversational pattern shirt.

[right] Grunge style shirt. Intentional worn out tear for styling.

[left] Parrot conversational pattern shirt.

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