Feminismo y Tecnología: Software Libre y Cultura Hacker Como Medio Para la Apropiación Tecnológica, Una Propuesta Hackfeminista
streaming tonight my new live AV MDA Media Dark Ages with a new drum machine - pd patch by mathr.co.uk / handmade synth by noizoid / DIY LDR OSC by mutant monkeys / welcome to open source / open hardware alternative music https://www.fringeartsbath.co.uk/events/2020/5/25/colab-sound-presents-laura-netz
It's implemented as a bit of hack modifying the core template pad.html at present, but it should be possible to port it to a standalone Etherpad plugin - I was just fighting with npm and node and require() and things I don't understand at all so took an easier way out.
Firefox's "strict" content blocking mode breaks it. Not sure why.
Artist and programmer Ralf Baecker explores the potential of technology and its fundamental mechanisms. “I think technology is a multi dimensional-complex and through its ubiquity, it is deeply interwoven into our human existence and ecology.” He said in an interview with Laura Netz for CLOT Magazine. Head to the link to read more https://bit.ly/354LjTt
IKLECTIK [off-site] presents: Medial Dark Ages / Tears|OV / Lucia H Chung
Added EXR import to my #MultifractalSpectrum calculator. Hacked an option into #Fractorium command line renderer to output raw histogram data to EXR. Ran a batch process to render and analyze some of the examples that come with Fractorium (in its Data/Bench directory).
The attached has around 8k samples per pixel, taking around 1min/frame (1 hour total). 256k subframes for motion blur, each being a single path of 16k iterations. Only plain simple #MoebiusTransformation stuff without xaos control..
ArtFutura London 2021 Open Since January 1990, ArtFutura, the festival of Digital Culture and Creativity, has explored the most interesting projects and ideas that have come up on the international panorama of New Media, Virtual Reality, Interactive Design and Digital Animation.
ArtFutura London 2021 Open Call in collaboration with Watermans Art Centre.
Send proposals for Live AV
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Deadline 15 April 2020.
“Artist-researchers Roel Roscam Abbing (@rra) and Aymeric Mansoux (@320x200) likewise critique universal openness in their analysis of an emerging internet infrastructure created by and for users: the #Fediverse.”
starting at 11:30am today #Transmediale
I implemented Slow Mating for quadratic polynomials using the equations and hints in Chapter 5 of Wolf Jung's 2017 paper "The Thurston Algorithm for quadratic matings" https://arxiv.org/abs/1706.04177
My code is 145 lines of quite-straightforward C, vs 2249 lines of C++ with various state hidden in mutating objects for the code accompanying the paper (which admittedly does a lot more, working from angles to compute the complex points and (pre)periods that are the input to my code). I'll do a blog post next week once I've tested more cases to make sure I haven't done any big mistakes.
There were a couple of subtleties, 1. needing to use cproj() to normalize infinity's representation and avoid NaNs; and 2. in one place, converting (a - b) / (a - c) to (1 - b/a) / (1 - c/a) so that it still works when a is infinite.
Attached images are the north period 4 island mated with the west period 4 island (blue background), and 2/5 bulb mated with 1/2 bulb (turquoise background).
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