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    Emergence and Navigating...
    Develop a generative, emergent process to fill space (2D or 3D) using only black lines. Modify a known process or invent your own. Implement your...
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    Navigating Through Graffiti 1 (Phase 1)
    Project: Emergence and Navigating Space
    Phase 1: Concept / Ideas for Navigating Space Project

    For this project to create a space and a method to navigate through it, I want to do something abstract that is based in something concrete. I'll be working with Tanya and we will collaborate our ideas tomorrow.

    My preliminary ideas have to do with my original concept for the emergence project, which was to visually illustrate facts and figures in an interesting and meaningful way.

    1) My ideas are to use a 3D globe to show global statistics or some kind of representation of them. The camera would move around it and through it. Maps could also be incorporated for more interesting aesthetics.
    2) Another way to visualize this type of concept would be with the use of a kind of visual map of strings and links like in the processing project  This one shows a map of a person's email network. The camera would navigate through an abstract mapped based off some kind of network.
    3) Along an entirely different idea, I think it would be visually interesting to navigate through something that is typically thought of as 2D, like a painting or a pixelated image.

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