March 2015 | By Jonathan Solichin
"By virtue of the grid, [Mondrian's work] is presented as a mere fragment, a tiny piece arbitrarily cropped from an infinitely larger fabric." —Krauss. Infinite Mondrian marries the infinity supposed by computation and Mondrian. Infinite Mondrian is a multi-platform (desktop, mobile, desktop+mobile, Google Cardboard VR) web experiment that utilizes WebGL (THREE.js), WebRTC (PeerJS), and other new web API (gyroscope, device-orientation, fullscreen, pointerlock, etc.) to create a procedurally generated 3D world that resembles a Mondrian painting. Infinite Mondrian allows users to create their own "Mondrian painting" by taking a picture of a cross section of this infinite world then claim it as their own to share it with the social media world.