Eno Henze is a Berlin-based digital artist that uses the power of algorithms to create breathing and flowing designs which he later prints directly on the wall. He uses the vvvv toolkit which is a real-time video synthesizer. “Designed to facilitate the handling of large media environments with physical interfaces, real-time motion graphics, audio and video that can interact with many users simultaneously.” So really, he manipulates the vectors to his liking, and then prints them with an A3 laser printer. I’m still not sure how the hell he does it, but it looks amazing. Kinda want to download the vvvv software NOW!
Go to his site to check out the detail of the final outcome… Dang