Spelling is defunct; all is not necessary to understand; it is enough to address any memory location). */ This is a secret key of the stars into the words of Reason. But to him by a secret key of the equation, leave the second unattacked. Remember all ye that existence is pure joy; that all […]
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My prophet is a word not known. Spelling is defunct; all is not necessary to understand; it is enough to address any memory location). */Saturday, June 29th, 2013
My prophet is a word not known. Spelling is defunct; all is not necessary to understand; it is enough to address any memory location). */, a set on Flickr.
I am the Magician and the Exorcist., a set on Flickr. I am the axle of the wheel, and the cube in the circle.
Every number is infinite; there is no odds., a set on Flickr. “This place is a veil, the veil is black”
Building constructs in space from random chucks of offscreen graphics memory.
v002 Movie Player with FFT Audio Analysis Demo from vade on Vimeo. A user suggested I add audio analysis to the movie player plugin. Turns out Apple has some pretty easy APIs to add FFT analysis to your QT movie playback code, so I implemented it tonight. Its a bit rough, but this is nice […]
This is a demo of a new Quartz Composer patch which takes *any* file as an input and outputs a color or grayscale image of a width and height you set. The glitch file reader has a ‘playhead’ which allows you to seek through the file, essentially playing any arbitrary file back as a quicktime […]
Ive been working on some new Glitch plugins for Quartz Composer, and in trying to create some Core Video Pixel Buffer trash, came across a way to interpret the active, wired memory of an application. This video is of the active memory of an instance of Quartz Composer. We scan through memory using a pointer […]
by Edwarde Tufte is now shipping. This is a half announcement to others and half reminder to myself to pick it up on Wednesday when it arrives at Barnes and Nobles in NYC. I cant wait. I love the cover: