Daniel Berio is a researcher, programmer and artist working between computer graphics robotics and graffiti art. He recently competed a PhD in computing at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he researched methods for the computer aided design and procedural generation of (synthetic) graffiti art and calligraphy. Previously, Daniel specialized in multimedia software development, especially applications involving real-time hardware accelerated rendering and vector graphics techniques. Artistically, Daniel comes from a graffiti writing background and he explores this same aesthetic in algorithmically generated forms.
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