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NaDa by Bernard Bélanger
Ultra-lightweight software application that does nothing. The first version was 0.9, a system software extension that did nothing. The current version is 0.5, a single byte file that does nothing, that is completely cross-platform. The website advertises a forthcoming version 0.0, but does not yet give clues about how the software will be further reduced. [...]
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KTeaTime by Matthias Hoelzer-Kluepfel
KTeaTime is a utility available as part of the KDE desktop environment for Linux/UNIX. It functions as a "normal" desktop utility, and is essentially a fully functional, configurable timer, with the sole purpose of timing teas. Users may choose from a variety of teas and their brewing times, or configure KTeaTime for use with their own custom teas. [...]
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draw-something by Rob Myers
draw-something is a program that generates original drawings. It does so by generating a simple random polyline scribble then drawing around that using a simple maze-running algorithm. This procedure was chosen as the simplest behaviour that models the creative process of drawing as either sketching or drafting. The program is written in Lisp. [...]
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Sinister Social Network by Annina Rüst
The project seeks to find out what targets of new data-surveillance algorithms could look and sound like. It is based on research into software that analyzes communications patterns, isolating groups that behave suspiciously. Sinister populates public IRC chat servers with friendly chat bots that behave innocently but will occasionally veer off into the conspirative. [...]
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Reject Me by Special guest
State Scrounging as Means of Production The social security and benefits system in the United Kingdom provides a means of production for artists*, enabling them to live at a subsistence level of dole autonomy and use nearly all their time for their own projects. The benefit system includes housing benefit, which allows the artist to rent a one bedroom flat and have the rent paid by local [...]
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iTunes Signature Maker by Jason Freeman
iTunes Signature Maker analyzes your iTunes music collection to create a short sonic signature representing who you are and what you listen to. Once you open the software inside of your web browser and set a few parameters, iTSM will combine data tracked by Apple's iTunes software with its own spectral audio analysis routines, selecting small segments of audio from your favorite songs and [...]
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The Party at the Center of the Universe by Pall Thayer
The Party at the Center of the Universe is an attempt at using data generated by the public to generate a spatial construct on the internet. This spatial construct takes into consideration the user's position in space, orientation in space and identity. Each of these factors will affect the way a person is represented in the constructed space. [...]
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AIKON by Leymarie, Tresset
An automated/artistic portrait sketcher. A project aiming at imitating the processes involved when sketching a portrait. AIKON is based on an understanding of human perception, understanding of the artistic processes, and advances made in computer vision.
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Characters by tats
Characters allows you to participate in the building of an online dictionary of names. You can add your own name/definition to it. You can also create new names/definitions through an evolutionary process. This work came out of a series of questions I kept asking myself about how one's name relates to one's identity. [...]
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The "BANKSTATEMENTGENERATOR" is an online engine - embodied in the form of a white tower, a white cube ATM-Machine - that generates individual bank statements. If you need a absurde positive or negative bank statement, generate it. The core theme of this project is described in the slogan "just pixels on a screen - just ink on paper" and consolidated in the term "authenticity as consensual [...]
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GWEI - Google Will Eat Itself by UBERMORGEN.COM feat. Alessandro Ludovico vs. Paolo Cirio
We generate money by serving Google text advertisments on our Websites. With this money we automatically buy Google shares. We buy Google via their own advertisment! Google eats itself - but in the end "we" own it! By establishing this model we deconstruct the new global advertisment mechanisms by rendering them into a surreal click-based economic model. [...]
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Posing at three thirty by Tjark Ihmels, Julia Riedel, Tidi Tiedeman, Tom Klingenberg
"Posing at three thirty" is a self-generated movie. It consists of a Database of Audio- and Videoclips, and a software build of different generators creating the script. Another part of the Software then cuts, mixes and applies subtitles to the movie in realtime. Additionally, the created AV-Stream (film), can be encoded and spread via a network like the internet.
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100 windows by Peter Luining
name: 100 windows artist: Peter Luining date: 18 august 2005 platform: windows 3.1/95/NT/98/ME/2000/XP type: executeable description: 100 auto rotating pop-windows size: 7 kb zip file 100 windows was commissioned by background info: Aware of the decline of pop-up window art caused by the widespread use of pop-up blockers* (Windows XP has even default a pop-up [...]
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quagmire by Dave Griffiths
An art project where drawings draw themselves. Quagmire is an emulation of an impossible 8bit processor, where all memory is addressed in 2 dimensions, and is represented by pixel value. Program execution threads can run up, down, left or right. Sections of code are visible in memory, as are the processes as they run. [...]
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club.ware by christina goestl and boris kopeinig
club.ware is a project between software art and club visuals by electronic media artists christina goestl and boris kopeinig. technologically speaking club.ware consists of word libraries and scripts that generate word streams. editing word libraries is one crucial part of the project. we're not doing automated dictionary lookup or anything like this. [...]
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