Cryptographer & Encoded Textiles by Raw Color
by Harry / May 30, 2012
From Raw Color, a series of fabrics with patterns created by encoding messages.


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Says Raw Color, "A personal message is more and more often sent digitally. Intangible, floating in the air, only readable on a screen. The Cryptographer generates pattern by translating words to a code."

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"Bleached into fabric the message becomes tangible. Invisible words, with a physical impact. Controlled by text messaging each character is transformed into a specified icon, resulting in ever changing patterns, depending on the users input."

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The final software and interface was developed in collaboration with Remon van den Eijnden and Peter Bust. The programming and direct control elements of the engines was done by Bart van der Linden and Studio Watt took care of the engineering and eletronica.

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