Bridges 2012 Short Paper
Optical Minimal Art
(Proceedings pages 405–408)
In this paper I describe how I create my Optical Minimal Art. A
high-resolution image is divided into strips and pixel rows. Then
the number of colors is reduced to 8 within each pixel row. The
strips are arranged either parallel to each other, circularly or
spiraling, or according to shapes found via Gielis' superformula.
The resulting images change their character depending the distance
from which they are viewed.