Abstract and complex design thanks to a simple and intuitive way of interaction.
Bachelor Thesis of Felix Herbst
Iterazer is a tool for the creation of highly complex images using only your hands. The mathematics behind Iterazer are so-called iterated function systems, which were originally invented (or found) to create organic, self-similar structures like plants. For the bachelor thesis, a different approach was found: thousands of quads are generated based on the transformations which define an image. The transformations can be controlled by simple and intuitive multitouch gestures.
The application is split into two parts: the editor, where you can create new images, and the gallery, where all previous projects are stored. The user can navigate the gallery by freely moving and scaling the canvas. Every project can be reopened in order to generate new variations.