Ross Haker use computers to generate art for humans.

  • Pieces include computer generated images, music, text and voices - combined in an interactive way.
  • Since the art is interactive, each piece becomes unique to each viewer-listener.
  • The viewer-listener controls how the piece unfolds through tapping on the grid structure.
  • So the viewer-listener becomes a co-creator with the computer in the final piece.
  • The art is made using various computer software, including artificial intelligence.
  • The voices are created using AWS Polly, which uses ML to model speech synthesis.
  • Some text is generated through image-to-text computer vision algorithms.
  • Some music is generated using Magenta, an open source AI package from Google.
  • Some music is composed by Haker in a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW).
  • Images are generated using a number of tools, techniques (deep learning) and custom code.
  • For the best experience, Chrome or Firefox is recommended.