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# introduction
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.

I try and create things with puredata, Eagle, C, html/css/javascript, glsl, and I'm in love with Powershell.
Clojure-curious.

Longing for Singularity.

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"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." ~ Margaret Mead

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I just started playing with RxJS, quite lovable, and then I found this medium.com/@puppybits/rxjs-is-
(insert alternative to "god" here)'s sign? I don't know yet :/

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A 3D printed arrow by mathematician and sculptor Kokichi Sugihara uses curves and angles that the brain can't register to make it look like it always points right. livescience.com/62478-optical-

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Sharing some photos from my fulldome 'Viscerality' performance last weekend in Denver at Gates Planetarium (All audio, generative visuals, and interaction designed by me, and all live elements are controlled by me in real-time during the performance through gestures and hand movement using sensor enabled gloves (Mi.Mu gloves))::

hackaday.com/2016/05/25/learn-
Looks suuuper interesting, anybody ever gave this a try?
Would be curious to see how's performance on an atTiny85

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Electron builds of the Oscilloscope app with support for "Always On Top" and full-size screen now available:

s-ol.itch.io/xxy-oscilloscope

Happy Lissajous doodling :)

# introduction
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.

I try and create things with puredata, Eagle, C, html/css/javascript, glsl, and I'm in love with Powershell.
Clojure-curious.

Longing for Singularity.

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coded a tool for importing my doodles frame by frame, more info on my journal:

npisanti.com

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Beginnings of my solar raspberry pi 4 powered computer, built into a mechanical keyboard.

If anybody needs to use git-GitHub submodules, here's a bash script to automatically update all modules in a parent repo github.com/noizhardware/test/b

Hi Merveilles, what's your best practice when it comes to multi-language projects on GitHub?

I see only two ways:

1. Fuckit. Just upload everything in one repo with languagename folders. CON: GitHub can and will list the repo with only one language (you can decide which one, but yeah...just one it is).

2. Create a separate repo for each language. CON: you have to manually update all common files, like part of the documentation

What's your way and why?

been using javascript's Date().getDay() to get day of MONTH, but it actually returns day of WEEK (0-6), but I didn't realize that until today, as July starts with a Monday, so July 1st was also week's 1st, all looked good. LOL. Then today I was getting this "0" day, mumble...

Btw, Date().getDate() returns day of MONTH!

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<<Here you will find some sound examples demonstrating the phenomenon of "illusory sound texture" >>

basically if you put some noise of adeguate loudness after a sound texture, your brain keeps making you ear the texture during the noise part for some seconds

mcdermottlab.mit.edu/textcont.

making my time/date format ( github.com/noizhardware/floow ) I thought "yeah I'm gona make the date as compact and data-dense as possible", like you know, use "19" instead of the full year, I'll be so dead by the year 2100, who cares.
But then something clicked, half of it was just the hope to outlive 2100, the other half like "if somebody wants to use this format, and they might outlive me, and that date format will be a part of me that'll continue to live as long as there's somebody using it"

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