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NUDENAVIGATION by Arielle Boucly
Nude Navigation is an interactive nude sculpture that makes a connection between the Internet and the human body as spaces of exploration. Once the user understands that tactile interaction with the piece yields a result on the projected screen, the sculptural aesthetics of the nude become melded with its functionality as a new form of computer hardware. [...]
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rand()% by Joe Gilmore / Tom Betts
rand()% internetradiobot ------| rand()% is a realtime streaming generative internet radio station. It exists as a host for computer driven / user defined audio programming that is entirely automated, where every programme transmitted is composed in realtime by computer. All audio is generated on demand by a unique series of artist / musician developed programs. [...]
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Pixel Computer by Paul Camacho
For those that liked Brainf*ck, you'll love this: Visual Brainf*ck! Test your wits, try to create a pixel pattern that will animate itself. Based on Brainf*ck, really MUST HAVE! PixelComputer: a study on how software we create in turn meta-programs our patterns of behaviour through our haptic memory. [...]
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Bomb by Scott Draves
Bomb is a visual-musical instrument. It uses alife, and is alife. It runs on your PC and produces animated organic graphics in response to the keyboard, audio music, or on its own. You can download it from this web site, and run it on your PC.
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Acme::EyeDrops by Andrew J. Savige
Several software projects exist to convert various media to ASCII art: images, television, even video games. But what about software itself? A parody on Visual Programming, Acme::EyeDrops removes all the normal text from a Perl script and converts the script to an ASCII art image - yet the ASCII-ized version of the software actually runs and maintains the same functionality as the [...]
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retroyou nostalG by
600 Version -nostalG data cycle 200302, build HAWK7472, Black.Helicopter.AptNostalG. This data is nostalG software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the nostalG License as published by the Comission-41; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. [...]
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Visual Poetry by Douwe Osinga
Poetry is supposed to project images in your mind. VisualPoetry translates any text into a series of images by looking up the words on Google image search and projecting the most relevant results as a slide show. You can use it to view your favourite poem as a series of images from the Internet to amuse yourself or you let other people guess which sentence or poem is displayed. [...]
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Virus Charms and Self-Creating Codes by Alessandro Ludovico
A text written by the editor of Neural.It for 'I Love You' exhibition curated by Franziska Nori and the team in the Museum of Applied Arts in Frankfurt, May-June 2002.
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A Few Quick Notes on Opportunities and Pitfalls of the Application of Computers in Art and Music by James McCartney
A short text by the author of SuperCollider on art and code, software design and usage, and music.
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WIMP by Data eXchange Laboratory
WIMP (Windows Interface Manipulation Program, also refers to Windows, Icons, Menus and Pointing device - the prehistorical GUI of the 1970's) is a program for creating full-screen visual animations synchronized with sound in real time. As the only visual input WIMP utilizes graphical user interface (GUI) of Windows operation system. Whatever applications windows, icons, images, texts, etc. [...]
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Shell by ixi-software
Shell is composed by two pieces of software. An interface and a sound engine created using Pure Data (Pure Data by Miller Puckette and others, ). It also uses some externals for Pure Data (By different authors). The interface is connected to the sound engine allowing to control transformations applied to different samples by manipulating the shape and [...]
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dada newsfeed by Eugenio Tisselli
the dada newsfeed collage is generated by the following set of rules: 1. get a random news headline from a current news server 2. get a random image from an image bank, based on a random word from the headline. if no appropriate image is found, just get any random image 3. combine these two elements in a web-collage and display them on a page 4. [...]
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iSee by Institute for Applied Autonomy
Mapping software (something like Mapquest). Give it your starting and ending destinations, and it helps you figure out the route with the fewest surveillance cameras. Only available for Manhattan.
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StrangeBanana by Torben Kjr
StrangeBanana is a program that automatically creates graphic designs for webpages. Each graphic design created by StrangeBanana is a randomly created unique design. You can use any one of the graphic designs created by StrangeBanana for your own website if you want to.
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Google Talk by Douwe Osinga
Google Talk generates semi-sensible texts by extending a sentence by looking up what according to google will be the most likely next word. For example, type 'let's see what' and Google Talk finishes this sentence with: 'let's see what you can do to help the Environment by Equipment for USE IN RFCs to Indicate Requirement levels, for compliant SIP implementations.' [...]
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