The Age of Data: Embracing Algorithms in Art & Design (Niggli Verlag)
Friday, 11 February 2022

This book focuses on the esthetics and creativity of a new generation of designers who are using algorithm-supported tools along the vertical.  Christoph Grünberger asked the biggest names in the world of data-driven design to present their most important work on the basis of facts, aspects, and stories and to provide insights into their creative processes. These range from the vision via the underlying code and challenges in the implementation concept, to the finished work.

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Areas considered range from graphic design to 3D animation, kinetic objects and real-time visuals, to robotics and spatial installations, as well as hybrid approaches between digital and analog.

Author: Christoph Grünberger
Publisher: Niggli Verlag
Date: January 2022
Pages: 400
ISBN: 978-3721210156
Print: 3721210158
Audience: General interest
Level: Intermediate
Category: General interest

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