This site introduces tools, methods, and concepts used in creating computational form, algorithmic images, generative art, procedurally generated content, and parametric designs. It introduces computational form in many mediums and primarily as a method of aesthetic experimentation. This site is a companion to the Computational Form elective taught by Justin Bakse in the Parsons Design and Technology program.
General principles, practices, and building blocks useful for all procedural generation endeavors.
Independent chapters exploring specific procedural generation tools, languages, media, and themes.