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A very in-progress screenshot of the engine.

The Ecosystem Engine is a JavaScript and XML driven viewer and editor for animated, sprite driven simulations.  It is akin to a web browser, except instead of web pages, it runs animations in which the "actors" interact and react to each other and the environment in such a way that the animation is never the same twice. The engine will have support for several input sources, including webcam data, online data, and direct user input via a keyboard or mouse.

The Ecosystem source code will be published to dev.eyebeam.org as soon as possible.  We are currently looking for coders interested in animation to contribute to the development of this project.

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June 2009
 
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Art Fag City critic and series participant Paddy Johnson calls it, "The most challenging IRL Internet competition of the decade."

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June 2009
 
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The Mobile Broadcast Unit with L.A.S.E.R Tag System (LTS) is the latest Open Source, Weapon of Mass Defacement developed by the Graffiti Research Lab in the Eyebeam R&D OpenLab. NYC! This tactical tool allows any citizen, graff writer, artist or protester to use a projector, camera and laser to write, in real-time, on large-scale surfaces and structures from a distance of 100's of meters away. Citizens can post their art, messages and propaganda on a scale previously monopolized by advertisers, governments, major media, and other cultural tyrants. The BMU + LTS is self-contained and mobile, mounted on a giant trike. This unit has its own power supply, custom armatures and a 1200 watt audio system.

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January 2006
 
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Openframeworks is a c++ library designed to assist the creative process by providing a simple and intuitive framework for experimentation.

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January 2007
 
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Generative Graffiti, 2006

An collaboration between Theo Watson and the Graffiti Research Lab, a particle based drawing system that spawns particles from the lit up windows of the Maritime Hotel. The particles are attracted to one another but will repel away from the non-lit windows.
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January 2006
 
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