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Max Maischein
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This could've been the soundtrack if Star Wars had been an Italo Western

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* Transparent + Translucent Windows on the Desktop *

Hopefully I get this to release soon

http://blogs.perl.org/users/max_maischein/2016/12/appshadertoy---just-a-quick-preview-of-things-to-come.html
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Heh - I'm not the only one who got a The Thing vibe from The Hateful Eight :-)

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Multiple shaders within Shadertoy

I've blogged a bit about the shadertoy progress in the last two weeks on blogs.perl.org:

http://blogs.perl.org/users/max_maischein/2016/11/shadertoy-progress---playlists.html

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Image Distortion with App::ShaderToy

I've added bitmap loading and live editing to the ShaderToy application, which makes editing shaders interactively so much more fun.

http://blogs.perl.org/users/max_maischein/2016/11/staying-on-top-of-bitmaps.html

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Experimenting with MP4 videos

Hopefully the quality is better than the re-encoded gif...

No, and you also lose autoplay. On the upside, you don't get autoplay, and it is much, much smaller than the GIF.

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Shadertoy Progress and the State of OpenGL in Perl

I've worked some more on supporting more shaders and making the application support the keyboard better.

http://blogs.perl.org/users/max_maischein/2016/11/shadertoy-progress-and-the-state-of-opengl-in-perl.html

And Google+ really ruins that GIF by re-encoding it. Ah well. Visit the link or install the program ;)
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Modern OpenGL with Perl

http://blogs.perl.org/users/max_maischein/2016/10/modern-opengl-with-perl.html

Next stop are maybe jwz's screensavers or some more Shadertoys from https://www.shadertoy.com

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"these free software people are all a bunch of commies"

I explained in detail that Futurism was a popular style of propaganda art on all sides of the early 20th century conflicts; it was not used only by the Soviets and the Chinese, but also by US in their own propaganda, particularly in recruitment posters and just about everything the WPA did, and even by the Red Cross. So if you looked at our branding and it made you think of Communism, well, I'm sorry, but that's just a deep misunderstanding of Modern Art history: this is merely what poster art looked like in the 1930s, regardless of ideology!

I trolled them so hard.
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