Charge is a bridge between engineering and art. It marks beginnings as it is the first long-form algorithm I started developing after joining the NFT and crypto scene.

The algorithm uncovers the interaction between charged particles in a vacuum, dropping particles in the resulting electromagnetic field showing us a unique view into a subatomic vastness.

Visually, Charge utilises procedural colour palettes to make each and every piece unique. The layout of the charged particles is another feature that has a large impact on the resulting field and is finely tuned to give a high chance of showcasing a wide range of variations of interacting charges.

Depending on the device, the setup of the simulation may take up to a minute to load.

Original artwork by TENGIL in Stockholm, February 2022.

Under the hood Charge makes use of the MIT-licensed libraries p5js and poisson-disk-sampling.

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