16 April 2015

35 Repeatless0003_ClothofGold animated version

These two videos show the Cloth of Gold code in action, simulating the output of a potentially infinte length of fabric from a digital printer. The first is a three minute run, at a relatively slow frame rate:

And if you're feeling less patient, the second is a one minute run with a faster frame rate:

34 Paper available online

Over the last year or so, I've given three conference papers. In la-de-da proper referencing format these are:
Russell, A. (2014) “Repeatless: combining science, technology and design to re-think print and pattern for the future.’ In The University of Huddersfield. Proceedings of Transition: re-thinking textiles and surfaces. The University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, 26th-27th November 2014. Miles, J., Harris, J. and Sinha, P. (eds.) Huddersfield: The University of Huddersfield e-prints repository.
Russell, A. (2014) 'Repeatless: transforming surface pattern with generative design.' In Textile and Design Laboratory and Colab. Proceedings of Shapeshifting: A Conference on Transformative Paradigms of Fashion and Textile Design. Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, 13th-15th April 2014. Jospeh, F., Smith, M., Smitheram, M. and Hamon, J. (eds.) Auckland: Textile and Design Laboratory and Colab at the Auckland University of Technology.
Russell, A. (2013) ‘Repeatless: the use of digital technology to extend the possibilities of printed textile design.’ In TexEng Software Ltd., The Fiber Society, The Textile Institute and TechniTex Faraday Ltd.. Proceedings of First International Conference on Digital Technologies for the Textile Industries. Manchester University, Manchester, 5th-6th September 2013. Hearle, J., Chen, X., Clarke, N and McCarthy, B. (eds.) Manchester: TexEng Software Ltd..
The Shapeshifting one is available here.