I’ve done a lot of projects over the years, and I’m finally getting around to documenting some of them …
A four-legged Theo Jansen “Strandbeest” walking mechanism.
How to model subtractive color mixture in RGB computer graphics.
Five algorithms for converting sRGB color values to realistic spectral reflectance curves.
A new faster way to get reflectance curves from RGB values that is useful in subtractive color mixture.
Application of the spectral reflectance reconstruction methods to a wide color space called Rec. 2020.
A repository of source code, examples of how to use them, and various applications.
A study of how visual perception would change if we lived in a relatively small spherical universe.
A low-cost, simple Segway-style self balancing device made from off-the-shelf parts.
A device that casts 3D shadows.
Work I created after retirement while being a nondegree undergraduate ‘senior’ in the College of Fine and Applied Arts at the University of Illinois, 2010-2013.
A project I did with my wife’s K-1 class at University Primary School, Feb 2012.
A numerical method for solving nonlinear equations, and the graphical investigations leading to my Design by Algorithm work.
A device that charges in the sun all day and blinks all night.
Jumps to my Design by Algorithm website. I exhibited math-based artwork at weekend art fairs throughout the Midwest for 25 years (1990-2015).