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Livin' Bits
Bits Park of creative coder Antonio Belluscio
Bits Park of creative coder Antonio Belluscio
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In a break from the teaching activity, I found a 2011 attempt to recode #LineaModulata in #ProcessingJS. I remembered it slower, but maybe it's still worth to work on it. #creativecoding
https://www.openprocessing.org/sketch/437242
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"Modulated line B" emulated on MSXPen very faithfully, even in the slowness. An updated (and faster) version is in preparation.
#LineaModulata #creativecoding
https://gist.github.com/livinbits/e7cf8a58bb345f6d4aeefb7c46ebc9b9
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An old black and white photo of "Linea modulata B" (modulated line B), a generative work of ca. 1987 in the recoding phase. #LineaModulata #creativecoding
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Listings of the 1980s + WebMSX emulator = vintage generative music. #GenerativeMusic #MSX
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The page of "Gradient interference" is online and inaugurates the "Parentheses" category. In addition to the interactive version, the page contains the links to the source codes.
#css3 #gradients #javascript
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More pictures of the experiment on CSS3 gradients before putting online the web page and the source codes.
#css3gradients #javascript
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08/01/17
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Fine-tuning vertical things generated with CSS and JavaScript.
#css3gradients #javascript #color #interference
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The Javascript version of #Diviso4 is finally online on the new Livin' Bits' website. #CreativeCoding #GenerativeArt #hallelujah
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First version of #Diviso4 photographed (badly) on the very curved screen of a 14" CRT monitor, exactly 28 years ago.
#CreativeCoding #80s
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Goblins, monsters and weird creatures generated by old random pixels... and by my perception.
#Diviso4 #80s #GenerativeArt #pareidolia
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