Connecting the iterative method to generative life shows how math and physics can be the key to explaining human life, perception, and the feelings we can not quantify.
The Iterative Method
Leonardo started coding in Processing which created 3D auto generative shapes using the iterative method. He selected 5 functions (5 DNA) that each had a 30 second range. He exported the functions in to a 3D software and started working on the colors selected by the emotive state they gave him. The final shape appears when the computer detects an unexpected life form.
By merging everything together, Leonardo believes that this algorithmic experiment (combining math and physics) can generate life and explain feelings we can not quantify, like love, that goes beyond time and space dimensions. The result is a colorful short animation that is directed by a computer (aka Allison) and updates the coder while unexpected things happens.