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Adaptive structures

We think that our future should be one of digital exploration and the development of a new way of thinking and how we define how we do our work. Researching procedural genereted forms helps us better understand what might be happening with shapes under physical forces such as gravity, wind and so on. Combinig forces and dynamics we could easely control their behavior to get final looking figure. We’ve used 3d noise maps with low octaves to minimize complex patterns. Design is simple, light, flexible and depict our vison of futuristic adaptive structures.

Visual language refers to the use of visual elements, such as color, shape, texture, and composition, to convey meaning and evoke emotions in the viewer. A minimalist style, characterized by simplicity, clarity, and a focus on essential elements, can create a sense of sophistication and futuristic aesthetic.

By using a limited color palette, simple shapes, and streamlined composition, minimalist design can create a sense of order and efficiency often associated with cutting-edge technology and innovation. Also, using negative space can create a sense of openness and possibility, which can further enhance the futuristic look of a design. Overall, using visual language in a minimalist style can help create a powerful and impactful design that resonates with the viewer and conveys a sense of sophistication and forward thinking.

When we were exploring forms we got an interesting result that reminded us kind of futuristic UI. We were trying to wonder how it might looks on the verge of digital technology and bioengineering. How that could be designed to make bioengineering less of a challenge, less of a problem and more like a science fiction setting? We also might need something as simple and user friendly.

Using animations or subtle movements in the Abstract UI design we created a sense of dynamic and interactivity. This can help to make the interface feel more engaging and futuristic.