Unintended consequences - I can mix two images together into a generative polygonal drawing.

Yes, I crossed Justin Bieber and Paul Krugman.

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Aware.js: Now Lunch Aware

From the XOXCO Blog:

The core idea of reader aware design is that interactive experiences can and should respond to the specific characteristics of a user and their context. Previously, we discussed using details of a user’s relationship with a site — are they a first time visitor, or an every day regular? Now, we move beyond the site, breaking away from a user’s digital context to their analog, real life context: is this person at home? At work? In bed? At lunch? How can your site best serve readers in these different environments?

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In honor of my last post hitting the Tumblr Radar, I would like to make some custom polygon pictures for folks out there using my new experimental tool that creates quasi-random generative art out of photos. For example, the above image was based on “The Scream” by Edward Munch.
Send me a photo or a link to a photo you’d like VECTORIZED, and I will post the resulting photo here on my blog. Up close photos of faces against dark backgrounds work well, as do bright and colorful landscape photos.

In honor of my last post hitting the Tumblr Radar, I would like to make some custom polygon pictures for folks out there using my new experimental tool that creates quasi-random generative art out of photos. For example, the above image was based on “The Scream” by Edward Munch.

Send me a photo or a link to a photo you’d like VECTORIZED, and I will post the resulting photo here on my blog. Up close photos of faces against dark backgrounds work well, as do bright and colorful landscape photos.