Things to See
The Infinite Drum Machine
08 December 2016This experiment uses machine learning to organize thousands of everyday sounds. You can use the sequencer to create beats using these sounds.
11 November 2015I launched a new website with generative art made with html5 canvas and WebGL. Includes a port of the metaballs Processing sketch I made a few years ago.
Processing 3 Debugger
11 October 2015Daniel Shiffman explains everything you need to know about the new debugger in Processing 3.
The Jefferson Grid
11 October 2015Everything that fits in a square mile, screenshots from Google Maps.
Welcome to Processing 3
11 October 2015Daniel Shiffman announcing Processing 3.
Tears of Saliva
22 July 2015A fun little webcam experiment made with openFrameworks by Zach Rispoli.
Seeing Police Violence
11 June 2015A collection of photos from Google Street View of places where people have been killed by the police in 2015.
Tags: data visualisation
03 June 2015CLOUDS is an interactive documentary and a portrait of this community of digital pioneers, explored through the lens of code. The project asks questions about the future of creativity at a time when algorithms play an important role in shaping culture.
03 June 2015An interactive song by Yotam Mann with visual design by Sarah Rothberg. Keep scrolling.
Exhausting a Crowd
03 June 2015A new piece by Kyle McDonald commissioned by the Victoria & Albert museum.
06 May 2015Another online toy to make music. Two 303-style synths and a drum machine. Feels like working with the first version ReBirth in the late 90s.
HTML5 Drum Machine
06 May 2015The title says it all. A drum machine made in HTML5. You can export the patterns you’ve created as WAV files.