Generative Art
A mesmerizing perpetual canvas, trained in an abstract style,
creating a new unique work of art every few minutes.

Ambient Canvas 2
by Jim Nista

Using details from the seasons, time of day, and mood, the canvas generates evolving animated pixels while you watch. Slowly over the course of several minutes it builds a one of a kind painting. Once finished, it slowly erases most of the detail, before starting again. The previous painting is lost forever as it starts fresh. Colors changes throughout the day, especially at sunrise and sunset, when colors get most dramatic. Brushwork styles flow and change, even during the course of the painting. Sometimes multiple brushes 'compete' against each another, refining a section here, destroying a section there for an infinite process of creation and destruction.
Style 1: Infinite Bouquet Builds scenes of fields of flowers, single flowers, or still life arrangements. This sample video loops over the same painting to show the evolution. Designed intentionally to evolve slowly, the actual version holds longer on the finished artwork, then creates a new unique piece.
Upcoming Styles Infinite Bouquet is the first of many directions this generative canvas is taking. This same engine creates portraits, landscapes and galaxy scenes. These will be released in coming months.
Color Matching The canvas can be tuned for environments where you need specific colors to accent your interior design.
For Video Walls Always unique content for your corporate or residential lobby. Every time guests walk through, they'll see a unique, brand new work of art.
How it works Coded for BrightSign, SpinetiX and other digital media players, the canvas is designed to run infinitely. It generates a primitive scene internally, then uses clues from that scene to layer endless pixelated strokes. The primitive scene guides the brush directionally and helps select colors. Configures itself for any size video wall or display and does not require internet access or an ongoing subscription.