The Campfire on Vimeo
(Orca: a live coding sequencer with a Roguelike interface.)

https://github.com/JohannesKnop/ORCAFiles
Orca  audio  music 
yesterday
processing/processing-sound: Audio library for Processing built with JSyn
The new Sound library for Processing 3 provides a simple way to work with audio. It can play, analyze, and synthesize sound.
Processing  audio  RaspberryPi  RPi-Projects 
5 days ago
juj/fbcp-ili9341: A blazing fast display driver for SPI-based LCD displays for Raspberry Pi A, B, 2, 3 and Zero
The driver’s main goal is to produce high frame rates — up to around 60 frames per second — over an SPI bus, and it runs on various Raspberry Pi devices including the 2, 3 and Zero W. Any video output that goes to the Pi’s HDMI port will be mirrored to a TFT display over the SPI bus. It works with many of the popular displays currently out there, including those that use the ILI9341, ILI9340, and HX8357D chipsets.
RaspberryPi  AdaFruit  PiTFT  RPi-Projects  displays 
15 days ago
Robot-Plant Biohybrids Growing in European Laboratories - IEEE Spectrum
15 Nov 2016 | 18:01 GMT

'Flora Robotica is a project funded by the European Union whose goal is “to develop and investigate closely linked symbiotic relationships between robots and natural plants and to explore the potentials of a plant-robot society able to produce architectural artifacts and living spaces.” The overall idea seems to be that it would be cool to enhance the capabilities of plants by mixing in some robotics, and vice versa, combining plant growth with the structure and mobility of robots. Sure, why not?'
16 days ago
The Museum Inside The Telephone Network (1991) – SOCKS
“The Museum Inside The Telephone Network” was a 1991 exhibition that was not based upon any physical space.
The show was only accessible to home users through networked communication devices such as the telephone, the fax, and computer networking, this latter being obviously very limited at the time.
The show, organized by the Project InterCommunication Center (ICC), founded by the Japanese telecom NTT, investigated the possible ways communication networks could have an impact on the museum institution.

Five channels could be accessed by the public. The audience could listen to talks and readings on the theme of communication through the telephone-based “Voice & Sound Channel”. The public could push the telephone buttons to create musical tunes through the “Interactive Channel”.
In the “Fax Channel” novels, artworks, comics, and essays could be transmitted.

A live transmission with performances by artists and live calls between intellectuals could be accessed by the telephone through the “Live Channel”.
Finally, visual material could be downloaded by modem and seen through a personal computer monitor.

A set of renowned contributors (artists, cultural figures, writers) was invited for the project. Among them: Laurie Anderson, J.G. Ballard, Laurie Anderson, Pierre Boulez, Ryuichi Sakamoto, John Giorno, William Forsythe, Enki Bilal, Robert Longo, William S. Burroughs, Merce Cunningham, John Cage, Jacques Derrida, Allen Ginsberg, Philip Glass, Félix Guattari, Pontus Hultén, Derek Jarman, Jeff Koons, Steve Reich, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Paul Virilio, John Zorn.

This “invisible museum” format was followed four years later by another ICC exhibition titled “The Museum Inside the Network” (1995).

Here follows a selection from the visual material contained in the catalog, accessible at https://monoskop.org/log/?p=19463
networks  cyberspace  exhibition  ebooks  blogs  reminders 
16 days ago
Irène DB on Twitter: "An extreme form of 'kamikaze loggias', informal structures characteristic of post-Soviet Tbilisi. Anarchic, vernacular extensions of Soviet buildings have been created since the 1990s, and now preside over the collective cityscape o
An extreme form of 'kamikaze loggias', informal structures characteristic of post-Soviet Tbilisi. Anarchic, vernacular extensions of Soviet buildings have been created since the 1990s, and now preside over the collective cityscape of the Georgian capital.

ph: Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk
architecture 
26 days ago
EpubPress - Read the web offline
EpubPress is a browser extension for Chrome & Firefox for turning your favorite web content into ebooks.
ebooks  epub 
27 days ago
GDC Vault - Designing for Mystery in Kentucky Route Zero
2013 / Over the course of its development and leading up to the release of its first episode, Kentucky Route Zero transformed significantly, moving from an objective-driven game full of puzzles with locks and keys to something more slow-paced, character-driven, and mysterious. We'll talk about this evolution, look at a few specific moments in the game with demonstrations of how exactly they changed over time, and reflect a bit on how designing for mystery shaped our process and the resulting game.
KRZ  KentuckyRouteZero 
7 weeks ago
The Scenography of Kentucky Route Zero - YouTube
This 2014 session from Cardboard Computer's Tamas Kemenczy discusses the environment design and cinematography of Kentucky Route Zero, and the use of theatrical stagecraft and slow cinema. Borrowing the lens of scenography, Kermenczy looks at some notable set designs, architecture, and filmmakers that influenced the game's art direction, and how it balances mood, realism and the mundane in its set pieces.
KRZ  KentuckyRouteZero 
7 weeks ago
vemberaudio.se - Surge
SURGE is now open-source

As of 21th September 2018, Surge stopped being a commerical product and became an open-source project released under the GNU GPL v3 license.

For the existing users this will allow the community to make sure that it remains compatible as plug-in standards and Operating Systems evolve.

For everyone else, this is an exiting new free synth to use, hack, port, improve or do whatever you want with!

Source-code and binaries available on GitHub
audio  music  linux  opensource  VST  vsti 
7 weeks ago
Install Newsboat for Linux, Linux apps in seconds | Snap Store
cli RSS Reader to install on a Kindle with (or without) a Pi/CHIP or whatever else device if needed to read Pinboard or Pocket for instance through RSS (JSON?)
cli  terminal  pocket  pinboard  RSS  linux  RPi-Projects  Kindle  CHIP 
9 weeks ago
Text-Only NPR.org : No Cash Needed At This Cafe. Students Pay The Tab With Their Personal Data
Right now, Shiru Cafe in Providence doesn't have any sponsors. Ferris said the student information she and her staff are collecting will be used to narrow down the companies the cafe will bring on as sponsors. She said the student information is securely held and will not be sold to third-party companies.

"They're very good about keeping everyone's information close. They don't sell it, they don't do anything of that sort," Ferris said.
9 weeks ago
Consumer B Gone
Consumer B Gone
By admin
– June 18, 2008

Consumer B Gone enables you to block a shopping cart by just playing some tones out of your mobile phone speaker as a song or as a ringtone. Consumer B Gone is born from the incredible shock that the shopping cart wheel could be remotely locked if you tried to exit the supermarket parking lot.
11 weeks ago
Sublime Merge - Git, done Sublime
Git, done Sublime
Meet a new Git client, from the makers of Sublime Text
Git  SublimeText 
11 weeks ago
[nominal delivery draft, SOURCE Boston 18 April 2012] Criticality, Rejectionists, Risk Tolerance Daniel E. Geer, Jr.
[nominal delivery draft, SOURCE Boston 18 April 2012]
[nominal delivery draft, SOURCE Boston 18 April 2012]

Criticality, Rejectionists, Risk Tolerance
Daniel E. Geer, Jr.
Daniel E. Geer, Jr.
11 weeks ago
How to Tell Stories and Guide Players Through Level Design - YouTube
GDC 2015 talk by Blendo Games/Brendo Chung

Some bits about LEVEL DESIGN, guiding the player through architecture / topology / geography.

Too short.
BlendoGames  gamedev  LevelDesign  idTech 
12 weeks ago
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"Phil Collins yes, but not that one.This is a strange collaboration/compilation of ambient, electronical, kraut, experimental, industrial, etc.. music with artists like Pye Corner Audio, Heroin In Tahiti, Demdike Stare, David Sylvian just to name few.

A sound installation and collaborative project with a survival station for the homeless in Cologne (color vinyl). "

"Double vinyl & booklet
Format: 30 x 30 cm
Pages: 32
Language: Eng.
Edition of 500 copies
Year: 2015

Texts by: Mark Fisher, Florian Schneider"

https://www.davidsylvian.net/releases/compilations/phil-collins-%e2%80%8e-my-hearts-in-my-hand-and-my-hand-is-pierced-and-my-hands-in-the-bag-and-the-bag-is-shut-and-my-heart-is-caught/
september 2018
Ambient Performances - YouTube
This "Ambient Performances" set is an ongoing playlist-in-progress of live performance videos on YouTube of ambient music by a wide variety of musicians using a wide variety of equipment. There are two rules for it: Rule #1: I'm only including recordings I'd listen to without video. Rule #2: I'm only including recordings where the video gives some meaningful sense of a correlation between what the musician is doing and what the listener is hearing. Note: The list appears in reverse-chronological order, which means that the video listed as #1 is the most recent. When a new video is added, the current #1 becomes #2.
music  ambient  playlists  mixtapes 
august 2018
I made a 2001-era emoji font! That you can use! – Monica Dinculescu
If you want to use it, you can download the font here, and use it as a font-face:

@font-face {
font-family: og-emoji;
src: url(/fonts/og-dcm-emoji.ttf);
}
.og {
font-family: og-emoji, sans-serif;
}
<span class='og'>💥</span>

If you’re going to use it, maybe give me some credit, because I spent an unhealthy amount of time on it. Also, if you’re DoCoMo, please don’t sue me. Emojineering comes only from the ❤.
emoji  font  pixels  NTT-DoCoMo 
august 2018
(6) Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival (2016) - MUBI
Synopsis

Through the act of story-telling, this documentary operates as a cat cradle of past and speculative futures guided by American philosopher Donna Haraway whose theoretical framework crosses the subjects of science, technology, gender and species, proposing new ways of thinking beyond dualisms.
films  documentary 
august 2018
Frog To Phone: Instant Emoji Feedback for the Real Web · trenchant.org daily
When I was fixing referrer logs to be fun again I had low expectations – feedback via links is sort of a dying art. Who has time to read web sites and link to them? Seems hard.

The genius of social media style “one click to send feedback” buttons is that it not only lowers the friction of sending feedback, but through smartphone push notifications makes that feedback instantaneous.

The web doesn’t really work that way by default, but I decided I could fake it.

The end result are the little frog, fire and other unicode emoji guys at the bottom of this post. Go ahead and tap/click the one below if you’re impatient – my phone and watch will light up. With a frog.
blogs  notifications  emoji 
august 2018
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