Precess – Research
(A) Structure and motion
Plants react actively and decisively to their environment,
by growing evolutionarily graded optimal forms they remain
viable and adaptable to there surrounding.
Do plants take shape changing decisions?
How could these processes be observed, documented and experienced?
(B) Micro Structures
Selforganisation takes place directly insight the plant membrane.
At Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam,
researchers use a micro-CT scanner to perform non-destructive
structural analyses on living and dead membranes.
In this collaboration project, we investigated the potentials of
visualizing these underlying selforganisation processes from
within the organism.
(C) Segmentation by colour
Photogrammetry generates point clouds, with each pixel carrying both
x,y,z and r,g,b values. These models can be segmented in 3D space
by controlling the color thresholds. Furthermore, changes regarding
object colour can be detected and analyzed.
2018 BA Weißensee Art University
Cooperation with Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces