Research and Practice in Utilizing Particle Field Simulations

From August 2021 through the new year, I have been researching the methods of particle field simulations, and how these equations that come from our natural world can be utilized to create minimalist art, which is a form of art that is created with the philosophy extending the abstract idea that art should have its own reality and not be an imitation of some other thing. Ironic, isn't it?​​​​​​​

YEAR:  2021
TOOLS:  Unity3D, GLSL, Particle Systems, Audio Reaction
ROLE: Solo Research Project
"Man's Search for Pattern" is a project that explores the beauty of mathematical equations and natural patterns. The project focuses on particle field simulations, using equations found in the natural world to create abstract and minimalist art. By combining the principles of science and art, the project creates stunning visuals that showcase the complexity and elegance of nature. The resulting images are not only aesthetically pleasing, but they also provide insights into the underlying structure of our world. This project is a testament to the idea that science and art can work together to produce something truly extraordinary.​​​​​​​
The aim is to create an installation where the viewer can interact with the particle field simulations in real-time, using hand gestures or other input means. The movement and behavior of the particles will change based on the viewer's interaction, resulting in a constantly evolving and organic piece of art. With the knowledge gained from my research on particle field simulations and minimalist art, I am now exploring using these simulations to create a  form of interactive art. This art form will incorporate elements of minimalist art and particle field simulations to create a unique experience for the viewer.
This project will challenge the traditional notion of static art and introduce a new level of interactivity and immersion. By combining minimalist art and particle field simulations, I aim to create a new form of art that explores the relationship between the viewer and the art piece, as well as the connection between science and art.
The use of particle field simulations in this project will not only add a technical element to the art piece but will also highlight the beauty and complexity of the natural world. The minimalist approach to the visual design will serve to emphasize the simplicity and elegance of the underlying mathematical equations that govern the behavior of the particles. Overall, this project aims to push the boundaries of what is considered art and challenge traditional notions of static art by incorporating technology. and interactivity.