This Fits Me and Warp Knit Fractal

L.S Tenthof van Noorden (Photographer), L.M.G. Feijs (Designer), Marina Toeters (Designer), J. Hu (Other), J. Liu (Other), K. Feijs (Photographer)

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    Abstract

    The two art works proposed are combinations of fashion, new technology, and mathematics. This Fits Me is a lady's dress by Leonie Tenthof van Noorden designed using sphere packing. The vision is that using generative algorithms, the designer or brand can provide a design context in which the customer can still personalize the final design (for example by adjusting parameters of the sphere packing algorithm). Warp Knit Fractal is a lady's fashion item by Loe Feijs, Marina Toeters, Jun Hu, and Jihong Liu. It is a first result of a new cooperation between TU/e, Jiangnan University and by-wire.net. The fractal is generated by a recursive algorithm in Processing. Warp knitting is the source of inspiration for this fractal.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationEnschede
    PublisherTessellations Publishing
    Publication statusPublished - 2014
    EventBridges 2014: Mathematics, Music, Art, Architecture, Culture, August 14-19, 2014, Seoul, Korea - Seoul, Korea, Republic of
    Duration: 14 Aug 201419 Aug 2014

    Bibliographical note

    This Fits Me and Warp Knit Fractal.
    Tenthof van Noorden, L., Feijs, L., Toeters, M., Hu, J., Liu, J.
    Bridges Seoul Art Exhibition Catalog, Fathauer R., Selikhoff, N. (Eds.),
    Tessellation Publishing, Phoenix AZ (2013).

    Keywords

    • sphere packing algorithm
    • fractal algorithm

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