I make machines to make music.
They're made of silicon and ceramic flakes on the inside, wood and aluminium on the outside.
I like electronics, 3d sound, modular synths, VR, cycling, transcendental meditation, infodiving, anti-gravity racing, strong beer, the white noise of the sea, the grain of wood, and weird plants.
Longing for Singularity.
Love the aesthetic of this device, but really I have no use for it: https://www.clockworkpi.com/devterm
...but, I am happy that more "independent" hardware is being made :)
I spent the last few days in a Haskell rabbit hole searching for the shortest way to expand a quadtree grammar.
Here is my best try so far:
If you have any idea how this could be shortened further, please let me know!
clients for android i have found:
* pocket gopher in f-droid
* diggiedog via aurora store
* deedum via aurora store
i love how fast gopher is! and it looks fine in any of those!
and deedum is okay, although it has a somewhat strange behavior in its address bar
i have no way of testing ios apps, so i'll gladly accept recommendations!
refined a bit my .h, now I can write audio just like this :))
and it's valid ANSI C <3
Amazing! This kind of display can work both in backlit mode AND without back lighting, switching to grayscale and using ambient light, kinda like an e-ink screen
Created a project on sr.ht for these 3 little graphical tools. Each tool is less than 750 lines of C89.
Nasu: Character Editor
Moogle: Wireframe Editor
Dotgrid: Vector Editor
working with CSV files is really refreshing, soooo clean
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.