This post continues yesterday’s discussion of generating abstract imagery based on close packed circles, historically called an Apollonian Gasket. Today we’ll discuss how to use an input image stream to modulate the positioning of the close packed circles (as opposed to the random placement used in yesterday’s post).
The image gallery below shows how today’s variation of yesterday’s abstract close-packing MSG preset was constructed. Note that we only are using a single 3C Abstract7 CP processor in today’s preset. The first gallery image shows the IO (input-output) routing used for today’s preset.