Animated GIF

And though it may not seem that way, all projects here have had major or minor help from Excel. Descriptions of why and how will at a later date be incorporated on this page, too.

On September 26, 2016 I discovered the "make gif" option in my video editor program.
Leaving the wobbly sound from my Excel movies at the front door, I have pursued the silent path.
Of which the results can be found here.
New GIF's will be added, infrequently, but they will be added at the top.

As the animated gifs incorporated as images make the page freeze, for now there are links below that take you to a dropbox-file.
Also experimenting with Google Drive and Giphy.

2019-02-08, Kick-off UN SDG series

Kick off of the series with the UN Sustainable Development Goals icons. UN logo + colour wheel. In the future a variation with sound will be made too.

2019-01-01, Happy New Year

From 2018 to 2019

2018-09-21, Dancing Sombreros

Combining a custom formula to make the Sombreros to have them dance in a surface graph.

2018-09-14, Butterfly or Column Graph ?

Constructing and Deconstructing a Butterfly, disguised as a column graph

2018-09-07, Fish swimming in column chart

Turn your Excel columns into a fish tank

2018-08-31, Turning Pie Chart Rainbow

The familiar pie chart, this time using another colour palette that Excel has to offer.

2018-08-24, Lightning Bolt

In the past it was quite difficult to create a water fall graph. Now it's in the default options. So it can be treated with creative touch as well.

2018-08-17, Rose Petals (he loves me, he loves me not)

As kind of promised last week, exploring the visuals possible with the pie chart. Who could have guesses?

2018-08-10, Turning Pie Chart Black and White

Thanks to a not so interesting Advanced Excel course I found out I can influence the explosion of the individual pieces of a pie chart.
Or course this needed to be explored in detail!

2018-08-03, Blob

Scatterplot with random radii in the points on the circles.

2018-07-27, Now What ?

So I've managed to combine 3 graph types in one in Excel, stacked columns, stacked staffs and a scatter plot.
Thrown some randomness into the mix - one of my trademarks,
besides having Excel do things Microsoft probably didn't intend it to do -
and you get this.
Now what do I do? Continue producing stuff like this or explore new avenues?
And what avenues would that be, then?

2018-07-20, Too many balls?

Perhaps there are just too many balls moving around. Changing size and colour.
KISS is a beautiful principle - visit last week to see where I could have stopped, but didn't.

2018-07-13, Perpetually Moving

These balls are just moving around. Changing size and colour.

2018-07-06, TRANSPARANT

One of two. How the transparancy, size, markings, give a sequens a completely different feel.
This week 'TRANSPARANT', last week 'SOLID'.

2018-06-29, SOLID

One of two. How the transparancy, size, markings, give a sequens a completely different feel.
This week 'SOLID', next week 'TRANSPARANT'.

2018-06-08, Ooo (Text Morphing Prism)

Broke the letter O down into line segments, have them each morph into a new position, first slowly, then faster and faster.
Meanwhile each segment acts as a prism for 4 light beams from each corner. The beam ends when it reaches the side it came from.
Could have contained sound, did that the previous 3 weeks. Imagine it yourself this time :-)

2018-05-11, Sonnet CXVII as Code Rain

The letters of Sonnet CXVII by Shakespeare ordered as in a bell-curve (the most occurring letter in the middle).
The corresponding drop begins when the letter occurs in the text, forming a matrix-like code-rain sequence.
At some point, sound will be added, probably.

2018-04-13, Exploring Graphs (2)

Exploring other graphs in Excel and finding ways to use them differently :-)

2018-04-06, Exploring Graphs (1)

Exploring other graphs in Excel and finding ways to use them differently :-)

2018-02-02, TEMKO FINAL

This will be the last time I use the TEMKO logo for creating a new way of playing with images.
The previous one received the feedback "mm, the logo isn't really recognisable anymore", which I totally agreed with.
This time it's hard to miss!

2018-01-19, Refraction Visualised

My entry for the .GIF festival in 2017.
I did make it to the finals, byut didn't win

2018-01-12, Excel-ing Galileo (Tom Johnson)

Inspired by a live performance of Tom Johnson's Galileo by Pierre Berthet.
It's quite a long .gif, but I encourage you to watch till the 'end' where all 5 pendulums are in swing.
Of course this concept is going to be applied to other images :-)

2018-01-01, Happy New Year

From 7 to 8!

2017-15-12, Colorwaves

Fooling around with changing the color gradually, for each individual RGB item.

2017-11-24, Bubbles Bouncing

At some point you can't see the logo.
At some point you can't see that the light beam breaks in a prism.
And then you just enjoy the bubbles bouncing around.

2017-11-17, Evolution of Prism Tool with F and H

Taking the whole prism thing to a new level.

2017-11-10, TEMKO - AGAIN

2017-11-03, Melting the Melted Watch - again

Animated GIF altenative to the video of October 13th, 2017

2017-11-01, From order to Chaos and back again (or just some Wednesday afternoon fun)

2017-10-06, TEMKO Prism & Mirror

2017-08-11, One Lightbeam, 9 mirrors

When you have a formula for calculating reflection and refraction, why not go really overboard ... Nope, that was too busy, don't want to induce any epileptic seizure. So it's just one lightbeam, two prism (one sort of useless) and 9 mirrors.

2017-06-26: Prism Mandala.
Taking the prism-idea to use with other images.

2017-06-03: Spreadsheet Prism.
Inspired by another installation I saw at EYE ATTACK, by Alberto Biasi.

2017-06-01: Decimals of Pi and e as coordinates for a wandering green dragon.

2017-03-21: Shamelessly copied after visiting EYE ATTACK - didn't even bother to write down the artist's name....

2016-12-06: Trapped in the middle / Trapped in the corners

2016-11-28: Breathing hexagons

2016-10-16: For a color hearing friend

The gif is about 10 minutes, the original movie is just under 2 hours, and the superslow video is 39 hours long.
Upon request I can send them to you. As you're here, I'm assuming you have my contact information.

2016-09-28: Six Red Snakes On A Sphere

2016-09-28: Attempt 5 (in getting rid of black borders :-) )

2016-28-09: Links of rechts

2016-09-26: Met drie in stilte

2016-09-26: Silent

2013-02-22: Rolling Hammers
This one was made with Flash, found recently while searching for 'something'

JavaScript (P5.js)

Coming soon!