WaveMaker 1.0 (release date TBD) will provide a full set of parameters for full control of the final image. Here are some of the settings:
Additionally, you will also be able to:
Using WaveMaker is simple -- On the Home screen, find the row of buttons labeled "Make Waves", and click on any active button (magenta outline). The image should start rendering immediately.
Each of the five buttons represents a preset combination of parameters. You can see sample results in the Gallery, but here is a description of what each preset does:
WaveMaker is a web-based application that uses code to create abstract art in real-time. Just click a button under "Make Waves" to see a unique, randomly-generated image develop right before your eyes.
If you like it, save it as a jpeg or png file, or click again to create a new image.
Read more about WaveMaker on the Memetic Arts blog, and find out how it works and what new features are planned for the next release. Until then, have fun making waves!
This marks our first public release of WaveMaker, and includes the following features:
WaveMaker was designed and coded by Richard Rodkin.
©2013, Richard Rodkin and Memetic Arts, Inc.
You are free to use the code and images that you generate as long as proper attribution is given, per Creative Commons.
Raphael.js, © 2008, Dmitri Baranovskiy, per the MIT License.
S-Gallery, ©2013 Sara Soueidan, per Creative Commons.