The Aziz! Light Crew Freeliner is a live geometric animation software built with Processing. The documentation is a little sparse and the ux is rough but powerfull.
Also known as a!LcFreeliner. This software is feature-full geometric animation software built for live projection mapping. Development started in fall 2013.
It is made with Processing. It is licensed as GNU Lesser General Public License. A official release will occur once I have solidified the new architecture developed during this semester.
Using a computer mouse cursor the user can create geometric forms composed of line segments. These can be created in groups, also known as segmentGroup. To facilitate this task the software has features such as centering, snapping, nudging, fixed length segments, fixed angles, grids, and mouse sensitivity adjustment.
MOSH - Glitch yo'self : A Chrome experiment webapp that glitches photos
Some fairy tales may be 6000 years old : By David Shultz
Apr. 22, 2016 , 10:15 AM
When it comes to the origin of Western fairy tales, the 19th century Brothers Grimm get a lot of the cred...
Frankenbook : !(https://resize.pubpub.org/fit-in/0x200/65ix5yat/41523980793900.png)
A collaborative reading experiment with Mary Shelley’s classic novel.
This project will fund the production, via crowd sourcing, of a never-before-released translation of Herman Melville's classic Moby Dick in Japanese emoji icons.
Each of Moby Dick's 6,438 sentences will be translated 3 times by different Amazon Mechanical Turk workers. Those results will then be voted on by another set of workers, and the most popular version of each sentence will be selected for inclusion in the book.
Here is a sample of a test run I've done on the first couple of chapters:
In the book, the sentences will be arranged with the Emoji on top of the page and the English sentence at the bottom.
Wildfire is a free and user-friendly image-processing software, mostly known for its sophisticated flame-fractal-generator. It is Java-based, open-source and runs on any major computer-plattform. There is also a special Android-version for mobile devices.
An extensive and extendable painting application with an extensive range of features, including: both bitmap and vector graphics; multiple layers; five kinds of color picker; patterns, textures, and gradients; dashed lines and arrowheads; a spirograph generator; and even a cellular automaton tool (pictured below).
Gifski converts video frames to GIF animations using pngquant's fancy features for efficient cross-frame palettes and temporal dithering. It produces animated GIFs that use thousands of colors per frame.
I haven't finished implementing proper video import yet, so for now you need ffmpeg to convert video to PNG frames first:
ffmpeg -i video.mp4 frame%04d.png
and then make the GIF from the frames:
gifski -o file.gif frame*.png
See gifski -h for more options. The conversion might be a bit slow, because it takes a lot of effort to nicely massage these pixels. Also, you should suffer waiting like the poor users who will be downloading these huge files.
Fractorium and its associated command line tools can render fractal flames using the CPU, or OpenCL. In order to use OpenCL, you must have an nVidia card that has the Fermi architecture or later, or a recent AMD card. If you attempt to use an unsupported card, you will receive an error message and the CPU renderer will be used instead.