Josh is a prolific artist and composer that has created a great deal of work ranging from stunning computer generated art, to playful interactive pieces that allow the user to create fun visuals with a generated audio soundtrack. His work contains a fusion of math and art – which helped create the visual experience of the blockbuster film, Tron:Legacy as well as a number of gallery shows. Read more about Nimoy’s work on the film.
Artwork available at DEFCON x CODAME for a Silent Auction
Sublime serendipity, and the universality of biological syntax. Use a chaos game iterative function with slowly shifting transforms, producing painterly smearing. The program takes about as long to render this as a human would need to physically paint it. 2400 DPI prints, coded in Java/Processing, implement an iterative function.
Titles: Sky #6 + Sky #7 Medium: Giclee on Archival, acid-free watercolor paper
Nimoy’s Bandwidth application is described as a “synaesthetic, interactive musical experience” which is a fun music creation toy:
His application BallDroppings integrates his programming prowess and musical composition by allowing users to play with balls falling while creating music as they bounce. It is a great way to get lost playing with bouncing balls as well as making your own musical compositions. Give it a try!
Josh Nimoy’s ‘BallDroppings’ was the only way I got off my crack habit.
— James Clar, EyeBeam