Generative art software inspired by math modeling of collective behavior with potential applications in digital art, video games, graphic design, web design, and architecture.
Imagine a flock of live brushes on your canvas. You set their initial locations and directions of walk, mark a speed limit, tell them how to behave with each other, select a rule to pick colors for each step, and, finally, let them walk over your canvas. What will you see as a result? It may look like this background, or these videos, or images in the gallery below, or something entirely different. The result is only limited by your imagination.
With this software you can control thousands of brushes on a digital canvas. It is a visual programming environment, where you do not need to write any code. To control brushes, use parameters and special maps - images with color coded areas, where each pixel may trigger a code changing direction, speed, transparency, and other parameters of passing brushes.
Math chaos patterns (MCP) was presented at SIGGRAPH2020.
For information about the developer of MCP click here or here.
To share your results and experiences (using this app) join Facebook group Math chaos art
To see news, examples, tutorials, or to leave a feedback visit Facebook page Math chaos patterns
To get the latest version of MCP click here.
To get a previous version click here.