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Picture run through Dmesh

Picture run through Dmesh

DMesh for VDMX: Live Performance version by Dofl Yun. Started to make another DMesh version working with VDMX for live performance. It's very early step.

DMesh for VDMX: Live Performance version by Dofl Yun. Started to make another DMesh version working with VDMX for live performance. It's very early step.

It's me. Made with DMesh for mac.

It's me. Made with DMesh for mac.

DMesh  I just tried a quite interesting software, DMesh (a triangulation image generator), and although the result doesn’t seem to take a huge advantage of its potential, it sure is something that you can create tons of great stuff.   Try it here

DMesh I just tried a quite interesting software, DMesh (a triangulation image generator), and although the result doesn’t seem to take a huge advantage of its potential, it sure is something that you can create tons of great stuff. Try it here

#DMesh  Just take a photo! DMesh analyzes your photo and convert it to an artistic triangulation image automatically

#DMesh Just take a photo! DMesh analyzes your photo and convert it to an artistic triangulation image automatically

DMesh by Dofl Yun by firstborn. DMesh, designed by Firstborn's Dofl Yun, is a custom creative application that turns images into techy artwork.  It works by analyzing an image and generating a triangulation pattern for a beautiful finished product.

DMesh by Dofl Yun by firstborn. DMesh, designed by Firstborn's Dofl Yun, is a custom creative application that turns images into techy artwork. It works by analyzing an image and generating a triangulation pattern for a beautiful finished product.

Rainer Kohlberger's brilliant pxl app. There are other things that achieve similar effects, like Poly and Dmesh. With Poly you have to do some actual real work (although not much and it's fun); I'm going to try out Dmesh next. But pxl stands out because you can export your auto-processed artwork as a vectorised pdf file, which makes the results much more useful.

Rainer Kohlberger's brilliant pxl app. There are other things that achieve similar effects, like Poly and Dmesh. With Poly you have to do some actual real work (although not much and it's fun); I'm going to try out Dmesh next. But pxl stands out because you can export your auto-processed artwork as a vectorised pdf file, which makes the results much more useful.

A Dmesh picture printed on non slip matting

A Dmesh picture printed on non slip matting

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