Archive for the 'Pure Data' Category
Ive been doing some consulting and installation work for Lincoln Schatz and installed a Pure Data/GEM piece for the Bitforms gallery in NYC that helped made Digg /Gizmodo headlines : (its the 4 60″ plasma setup that is the first pic – a very lovely video memory/collage work.) Digg, Gizmodo, Tech E Blog. – $8.5 […]
Dan has been kind enough to contribute a few modules to the v001 site – you can find them here: 3rd Party Generator Modules. Nice! I need to get off my ass and release Beta 2. Its been a long time coming. Hans Christoph has also released PD 0.39.2 Extended Release Candidate 1. Yes. its […]
Claude Heiland-Allen posted an impressive patch that proves Pure Data is turing complete to the PD list this evening. His email: Hi everybody, Remember those long discussions about whether Pd is a programming language or (an inferior) something else?Well, to settle the matter, I made a brainf*ck interpreter in vanilla Pd using no externals. Now […]
PD 0.4 was just released by Miller Puckette on the PD list, UB for OS X, Standard X86 for Windows and tar source for Linux. Link
Is fucking brilliant – link. Check out the video to see what I mean: I wish spigot~ worked under 10.4.. fuck. That was totally on one of my lists to do. Fuck.
Hans is at it again. PD 0.39.2 Extended Test 0 is out for Mac OS X. Includes the updated PD 0.39.2 and all the goodies the Extended PD distro normally includes. Note however, this is a test build, so things might be a bit unstable. Not that any of you care. The old PD Extended […]
A new Pure Data-Extended package from Hans-Christoph Steiner is out for Mac OS X (dmg), Linux (i686 arch binaries – tarball), and Windows (exe installer). Fixes include proper PDP support under OS X (Ive verified that it works much better – at least on my end..). Hans-Christoph has been sponsored to help further development of […]
Holy Cow: iPod running the l8p sequencer. Head on over to Ipodlinux.org for more info.