24.01 ‘Neon Interpolation’

Another in the Audio Geometry series, again using the Google Magneta VAE algorithm to create an automatic interpolation from one MIDI file to another. As the algorithm moves from one MIDI file to another so I wanted to represent that in the idea of a shape morphing from one shape to another, I wanted to preserve each movement, the animation to be cumulative.

All the animation is driven procedurally by the MIDI file in Houdini and then rendered in Cinema 4D with Corona. The colours are of the lights are generated by randomly sampling Paul Klee’s ‘Fire in the Evening’.