September 10, 2008
Painting with LEGO™

Like parents that are excited when they see their brood grow its first teeth I'm getting a warm fuzzy feeling when I observe how people like mpeutz take my little baby Peacock further and further. In this video he builds virtual LEGO™ pieces from scratch (using the Terrain hub) and then assembles them with the help of the AutoPainter hub to take on the position and colors of a goldfish illustration. The nice thing is that once a composition is built you can simply exchange the picture with another one and it will immediately be rerendered - instant generative visuals without writing a line of code.

Plastic Block Fishy from mpeutz on Vimeo.

Posted at September 10, 2008 08:32 PM | Further reading

Insanely cool!


Posted by: Jensa on September 10, 2008 10:15 PM

Just asked for an early bird invite for peacock

Posted by: on September 10, 2008 10:27 PM

Indeed pretty cool.

Posted by: Simon Strandgaard on September 11, 2008 05:40 AM

I love the song , Jeff Mangum rocks :)

Posted by: john on September 11, 2008 08:28 AM


Posted by: kris on September 15, 2008 11:57 PM

really cool :D

Posted by: silentium on September 18, 2008 09:52 AM

This one is really cute. Very nice to see how creative ppl can be 8)

Posted by: marc thiele on September 18, 2008 10:05 AM

love it. love the song as well :)

Posted by: stacey on September 18, 2008 03:12 PM
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