February 16, 2009
New Stuff at the Incubator

In an attack of serious procrastination during the last days I've added a few new pieces to my Incubator:

"Twittoscope" is a little Twitter mashup that analyzes the lengths of a Twitter user's tweets and generates a histogram from that - which can serve as a guide as to what kind of messages you can expect from that user in the long run.

"Feedback" is a webcam experiment which started with a little Pixelbender feedback filter but grew into a kind of hypnotic visual toy that wants to be explored.

Passing By
In "Passing By" I have revisited my Anavision engine and have used it to create a meditative piece which uses copyright-free images from the flickr commons project to generate a never repeating illusion which is somewhere between staring outside a train window with the landscpe passing by and watching the reflection of nature in a water surface.

"Aurora Binaris" is best descibed as "binary nothern lights". It is also based on flickr commons images, but they are only used to create some organic looking randomness.

Posted at February 16, 2009 04:23 PM | Further reading

Wow, "Passing By" would make for a perfect screensaver if it was a bit more cpu-optimized. Same for "Aurora Binaris" actually.

Posted by: Erki Esken on February 16, 2009 06:09 PM

Procrastination rocks. So much more worthwhile than work.

Posted by: Pete Mc on February 17, 2009 03:39 AM
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