Fujiya & Miyagi Ankle Injuries

Those dices serve a pointillist and hi-tech animation to illustrate an electro music signed by one of the most innovative English groups (Fujiya & Miyagi) of the moment.

Recently, a friend of mine, another architect, forwards me this animation. I found it very interesting since I passed the last three weeks working and exploring original ways of using the Cellular Automaton and more precisely the Block Cellular Automaton for the design of architectural structures. This animation reminds me of an artistic combination of colored Cellular Automata and Turing Machine. Please note that I am not trying to prove here that the Turing machine is universal or not.

If you believe to hold the answer to this question, visit The Wolfram 2,3 Turing Machine Research Prize website. There is a $25,000 prize.

by Maxime Moreau


~ by Open Form Architecture on July 27, 2007.

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