, , &

Glitch Art in Medical Imaging #ArtTuesday

Source Node: 1275855


Glitch 3 (above): This shows magnitude and phase of what I seem to recall is a synthetic signal; for fun this is colorized with an art-deco inspired color scheme.

Sebastian Schaetz shared this art on soundbarrier.io

As a computer scientists working on image processing algorithms I know about the frustrating process of hunting bugs on massively-parallel architectures like GPUs. Sometimes those bugs can produce completely incorrect images or sequences of images but with a certain aesthetic appeal.

The art world, with its superior ability to name things (compared to computer science), calls these accidents “Glitch Art”.

I have long maintained a directory on my computer called glitch – a place where I capture the moments when my frantic and frustrated debugging yields not the result that I am after but something else, something surprising or pleasant or something that represents my state of mind: confused chaos. Here are a few of my favorite captures from that directory:

See more!

Screenshot 4 2 14 11 48 AMEvery Tuesday is Art Tuesday here at Adafruit! Today we celebrate artists and makers from around the world who are designing innovative and creative works using technology, science, electronics and more. You can start your own career as an artist today with Adafruit’s conductive paints, art-related electronics kits, LEDs, wearables, 3D printers and more! Make your most imaginative designs come to life with our helpful tutorials from the Adafruit Learning System. And don’t forget to check in every Art Tuesday for more artistic inspiration here on the Adafruit Blog!

Source: https://blog.adafruit.com/2021/10/26/glitch-art-in-medical-imaging-arttuesday/

Time Stamp:

More from Adafruit Industries – Makers & hackers & artists & designers and engineers!