warning_blahFrederik De Bleser, Tom De Smedt & Lucas Nijs  Frederik and Tom both have a background in computer science and graphic design. Lucas has been employed at Apple Computer from 1989 till 1995, and has been teaching graphic design at the St. Lucas School of Arts in Antwerp since 1983. In 2004 the three of them founded the Experimental Media research group at St. Lucas. Since then they have been involved in various research projects bordering between art and artificial intelligence. Their latest project is called Gravital, a graphics application that is being developed in collaboration with the Computer Linguistics department at the University of Antwerp. In Gravital you work with natural language (plain English) rather than clicking and dragging the mouse. What does "dynamic" look like? What would make a great poster for a jazz concert? What images go well with "edgy"? How do smurfs and color swatches relate? Gravital knows all. nodebox.net - research.nodebox.net