I begin to studying the Fibonacci number system since college. I think I was in the library one late night, at the time I was a painting major at Whitman College. Our library was 24hr and I usually spend my time in the library after midnight when nobody is there so I can look through as many books as I can without being distracted. I was studying futurism, the movement of Italian modernist, I read books on physic, mathematic, philosophy and technology. Of course I will read art history to understand the history of arts and the writing about the futurist painter Umberto Boccioni, one of my favorite artist of all time. And of course I read about the futurist manifesto by F.T. Marinetti.
At one point during my study I was talking to my friend, a fellow student named Trevor who is doing a course on computer science and programming using a language called Fortran https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fortran I remember he was a mathematic major and minor in studio arts.
And then got me fascinated in knowing mathematics in the arts. Fastforward 20years Fibonacci is something to do with geometry, I am not specialising on geometry but I did won a maths cup in my class while studying in England, U.K. that was something I won for the first time in my life, an award I thought I didn't expect. I never left out geometrics in my world, geometry is a very difficult subject up until I went to studied architecture in New York, I thought I could never learnt everything about art and design in school, I knew that because I already have practical experiences working in the real world and I was a stage designer for a theatre at Whitman, earning real pay during my college years without knowing that someday I will be still learning the ways of becoming an artist even up until now, I am still doing arts from a different world with the internet that we didn't have at the time.
Here is a Screen clipping taken: 2/16/2017 1:28 AM
Only Tempo-Iinearity ⱳ ordered minerals geometrically linear function serial renomination - - - -lfsr
I have been using something similar method in my studio taking the "last-in-first-out" idea in sorting with algorithm into design principle of geometric spatial temporal reality, meaning making things that holds this property and in principle it is a computational theory that every dynamic programming is using in our world these days.
After my cat pissed on my drawing, I proceed to work on the subject, including the cat, I was royally angry at the kitten at the time still very new, but we are still good friends today. LOL
In chemical compounds of ceramics
The fundamental changes comes through from most of the common input to outpouring frequency we are trying to reproduce as actual and accurately as possibley due to the polarity of regulating the voltage dynamic, I think the compositional system within the natural listening levels;
A Gray code absolute rotary encoder with 13 tracks. At the top, the housing, interrupter disk, and light source can be seen; at the bottom the sensing element and support components.
My rendering visual .
Here is a video that I find fascinate about the sound of ancient technologies that is guiding me through the experimental sound and images. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYgxneQT1Pc
Does it ring a bell, between these diagram I draw and the system layout of the ancient tarbell, now I am thinking about golden section, Lindenmayer system and Fibonacci system in my Processing Sketches are the same. In the manner of speaking.
As we proceed to understand random and under any circumstances that how to support random usage in complex number system is only a way to generate and govern the procedural animation sequence in moving between numbers with anti-counter and counter. Since I have to build a clock to keep timing down in visual music, I am thinking outloud that using IFSR can only work with a complex data type when I continuously controlling and balancing the float points.
Galois linear feedback shift register