Physical generative art is a type of art that is created using algorithms and computer programs to generate unique designs and patterns. Unlike traditional art, which is created by hand, physical generative art is often created using machines such as 3D printers, laser cutters, or CNC machines.
The algorithms used in physical generative art can be programmed to create a wide range of designs and patterns, from simple geometric shapes to complex and intricate designs. The resulting artwork is often highly detailed and precise, with a level of complexity that would be difficult or impossible to achieve by hand.
Physical generative art is becoming increasingly popular among artists and designers, as it allows them to create unique and original pieces that are not limited by the constraints of traditional art-making techniques. It also allows for a high degree of customization, as the algorithms used in the creation process can be adjusted to create different variations of the same design.