Amema began in 2015 as an effort by students at Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design to use generative computation as a material tool for artists. Amema develops and curates a corpus of unique objects, which have evolved over time through digital and physical collage and remixing. These objects originated in a variety of environments: old video games, dumps, and dusty stores, etc. Through neural network technology and repeated 3D printing and scanning, they have grown into unique artifacts which offer a variety of benefits to a customer. 

rotating purple birds charm