Visual Theory is a project by Robert and his attempt to re-learning how to see.
Have you ever found yourself watching a movie and being able to predict the next thing that is going to happen?
Here comes the part where they lived together happily ever after!
Then you decide to use the beloved skip function of your streaming service app of choice and spare yourself the next 10 minutes.
I've been into visual simplicity and minimalism for quite some time. I later understood that knowledge is transmutable and able to change its form and become more compressible. You can look at an image and instantaneously absorb the bits and pieces of seemingly unperceivable nodes of micro-information.
Data is interesting, but a subjective observer can learn to compress the data and eventually predict it. Thus, that knowledge sequence becomes a standalone pile of bricks of all shapes and forms, components that will eventually create macro-structures and mental frameworks.
I am aiming to polish up my ability to spot non-random regular data that is surprisingly novel simply because it allows for compression progress. Regularities still stuck under a seemingly mysterious veil.