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Underwater Oceanware by Stephane Poirier
Oceanware Harmony by Stephane Poirier
Oceanware Genesis by Stephane Poirier
Enginesdrankoil Literally by Stephane Poirier
Oceanware Geometry by Stephane Poirier
Breaks After Breaks by Stephane Poirier
Oceanware Symphony by Stephane Poirier
Oceanware Network by Stephane Poirier
Engine Side Oceanware by Stephane Poirier
Fournewengine Infouryears by Stephane Poirier
Sliding Door Symphony by Stephane Poirier
Oceanware Mandelbrot by Stephane Poirier
Fractally Shuffled by Stephane Poirier
Obviously Trippy by Stephane Poirier
Geometry Of Nature by Stephane Poirier
Oceanware Techno by Stephane Poirier
Sliding Door Harmony by Stephane Poirier
Passenger Side Symphony by Stephane Poirier
Gone Surfing by Stephane Poirier
Get Wet by Stephane Poirier
Alien Landing by Stephane Poirier
Rincon Sea Dragon by Stephane Poirier
Swell Brake In Santa B by Stephane Poirier
Parked In Rincon Symphony by Stephane Poirier
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About Stephane Poirier
ABOUT POIRIER'S ART
Poirier writes all software applications to produce Fractal and Vorotrans art. While the Fractal algorithms are widely used in the computer graphics and gaming industries, the Vorotrans algorithms POIRIER writes are new and original. At the time of writing the Vorotrans Art Manifesto, available on POIRIER's website at https://humanaware.org/2017/09/29/the-founding-and-manifesto-of-vorotrans-art/, initial Vorotrans artworks were digital videos not created for being printed onto physical supports. In 2020 however, most Vorotrans artworks are created at super resolution and using a wide range of colors for being easily printed onto objects of all kinds so POIRIER's artworks can become part of your environment.
ABOUT VOROTRANS ART
In Vorotrans art, only space partition frontiers are made visible. Such partitioning of the 2-D space is called Voronoi diagram. It is named after the Russian and Ukrainian mathematician Georgy Voronoy. Therefore each Vorotrans still image as well as each Vorotrans video frame is a Voronoi diagram. Vorotrans art is not purely algorithmic art. Vorotrans art is generated using an algorithm seeded using an image. That seed image emerges through the Voronoi diagram like if the Voronoi diagram was transparent. From which the name Vorotrans art standing for Voronoi transparent art. VOROTRANS.ORG is the official website of the Vorotrans Art Movement at https://www.vorotrans.org.
I have been introduced to many computer graphics algorithms while studying complex systems and developing visual recognition software. In attempting to automate the interpretation of airborne forest cover images, I have used algorithms to model and to represent forest image textures in the computer. Inspired by some of the geometric data representations used in this science, I have applied these computer graphic algorithms onto common vegetal and animal scenes in order to generate organic Vorotrans computer art.
In my Vorotrans art, I want the organic to manifest itself out of the geometric. Natural motions and natural shapes emanates from visual scenes filtered by Voronoi diagrams.
Voronoi diagrams are composed of highly geometric visual objects. Common vegetal and animal scenes are composed of highly organic visual objects. When filtering vegetal and animal scenes with transparent Voronoi diagrams, one gets the fusion between the geometric and the organic, a computer generated semi-abstract art visually captivating to the human eye.
Stephane Poirier is a pioneer in Vorotrans art - art made out of transparent Voronoi diagrams. Poirier currently works as a software developer at OIFII.ORG and he is also OIFII.ORG's founder. At OIFII.ORG, Voronoi diagrams are used, for individual tree level forest texture recognition out of airborne Lidar data, in order to automate the process of building new forest maps for governments. In 2017, Poirier had the idea to use these Voronoi diagrams combined with a specific algorithm to produce semi-abstract art called Vorotrans art.
For the years to come, Vorotrans art installations and live event visuals are made available to art galleries, music artists and music event producers around the world.
Poirier has held many research positions at Laval University, University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, University of Massachusetts in Boston, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Sherbrooke and McGill University. Over the years, Poirier has also held many corporate positions in Quebec and California. He has developed commercial software for EXFO, MATROX, ISERA, CJ and XEROX.