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Hyperyarn by criticalartware
Hyperyarn: A Multi-Protocol Realtime Communication Client Server Application + Live Coding Environment // start coding: 2006.08.11 13:00 PM CST // end coding: 2006.08.11 13:20 PM CST Hyperyarn is a conceptual artware project by criticalartware functioning as an Open Source experimental Multi-Protocol Realtime Communication Client Server Application + Live Coding Environment. [...]
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IOUs by Wayne Clements
IOUs continually gets the most recent user notes from '' page (""). This is the record of the most recent posts with a minimum of a single user posting the reference. IOUs doesn't get posts that don't have notes. Because of the popularity of, the ‘recent’ page is constantly changing as users make new posts: several a second at busy [...]
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State of the Union by Brad Borevitz
State of the Union (SOTU) provides access to the corpus of all the State of the Union addresses from 1790 to 2006. SOTU allows you to explore how specific words gain and lose prominence over time, and to link to information on the historical context for their use. SOTU focuses on the relationship between individual addresses as compared to the entire collection of addresses, highlighting what is [...]
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Windows Evangelion cruel angel by amnes
Windows music video. A new approache to anime?
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CAP - Computer Aided Poetry by Eugenio Tisselli
CAP - Computer Aided Poetry A tool for blocked poets. ¿No inspiration? Use the CAP system, and you will see the cybernetic muse appear at your (browser's) window! CAP is a set of tools that enable poets to transform a verse in different ways: -Automatic substitution of a single word: by clicking on a word, the computer substitutes it with another word, which will be like a flower, cut [...]
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mailia by miga
At present the rapidly expanding Semantic Web analyzes digital information in order to distinguish valuable content from digital trash. As well modern day search engines give more and more precise results of searched information yet how far will this artificial intelligence go? Will we eventually be able to leave it to machines to perform automated tasks such as creating images or [...]
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#404 by Jon Meyer
This is an online performance of John Cage's 4"33'. Web participants listen to the piece at their computer. After listening, there is a form to submit comments about the experience.
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Caligraft by Ricard Marxer Piñón
Crafting new computational calligraphies. Calligraphy is the art of decorative handwriting. From a formal point of view we are talking about decorative ways of representing the ideas of glyphs that we have in our mind. This same idea can be translated to the domain of computation, the result is what I call computational calligraphies. [...]
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Google Brin Creator by Google Brin Creator
Independent project to compete with Google's fledgling Google Page Creator; allows users to create and publish their own Sergey Brins (instead of Larry Pages.) Ed. note 8/08 - this site seems to be gone now... but we leave the project here for historical purposes.
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The Cut by Andreja Andric
The Cut author: Andreja Andric year: 2005. media/genre: intervention on found software (machine code producing video effects) compatibility: the program works on PC of any generation, with MS Windows or MS DOS installed. History and concept: One day, Andreja Andric found an interesting program on the Internet. The program was only 16 bytes long. [...]
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9dots by Pierre DELMAS BOULY
9dots is an experimental project made with actionScript, php and xml. In a few words, 9dots is a visual and sound device which enables you to publish a sequence of 8 images on which you can post or mask points. Each image of the sequence is built on a grid of 3 dots height by 3 dots width. You can create your sequence on www.9 [...]
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LYCAY (Let Your Code plAY) by Ilia Malinovsky
Rhythm and music are the earliest and most natural forms of human self-expression; they are also methods of transmission and perception of information. Rhythm and music act not only on the level of consciousness, but also on the one of subconsciousness, creating images. Programming as a kind of art is a process of operating with pure semantic forms, which means the highest level of involvement of [...]
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Go-Logo by Eric Londaits
In the future, the only way to be heard will be having a flashy logo, a catchy tune, and your own pop star endorsement. And I don't just mean for corporations... family dinner conversations will actually be like this as well. Go-Logo will be the basic survival kit for that future. Just enter a word (or two or three words, but not much more) and Go-Logo will instantly create a random unique [...]
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Outsource me! by Leonardo Solaas
"Outsource me!" by Leonardo Solaas presents a competition within the competition of Readme 100. This ironic subversion is repeated on various levels of the project: it subverts the usual outsourcing relationships, as well as subverting the idea of the delegation of "technical" work by the "creative" artist to an “uncreative” programmer (or any "hands-on" person). [...]
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The Invisible Hand Machine by Renate Wieser, Julian Rohrhuber
For the piece "Invisible Hand Machine", we have developed an economic model which implements a somewhat cartoonified, but serious functionality of a "free" market. Like maybe every cartoon, it exaggerates a mechanical model that ones mind produced as a description of how one sees the world. Self-interest and competition, the basic forces of human society, are realized as the strive for [...]
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