Streams is a generative design application created by Lukasz Karluk which combine his fascination with contemporary Australian Indigenous art, such as that of Gloria Petyarre and further continues his experimentation with line integral convolution (LIC), a mathematical technique used for visualising flows.
Realtime generative visuals created for Flume for his first world tour. These were displayed on giant LED stage screens.
Generative design driven by multiple layers of perlin noise. The project evolved into a interactive installation titled tr-IO, consisting of generative video/audio projected onto a wall and controlled via an interactive table.