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Poisson Alarm Clock

The poisson alarm clock refers to an abstract mechanism for modeling independent, random events that occur over time according to a poisson distribution. The processing sketch below realizes this abstract mechanism, at least in digital form. The alarm rings in … Continue reading

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A Tenth of a Second

This quick experiment was inspired by reading Jimena Canales’ A Tenth of a Second, according to which our ability to perceive discrete events breaks down right around a tenth of a second. The diagram below is a constructed in the … Continue reading

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Sensate Launch

This is my excuse for the lack of recent posts. Check out the McLuhan piece; a good internet connection and the chrome browser make for the best experience.

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The color of emotions and others.

Screenshots taken from google image searches for the words in >

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Google Color

Screenshots taken from google image searches for the words in >

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Google ngram/adwords

I’ve started playing around with google’s ngram dataset. It should have controls, it should be better, but time is scarce at the moment. [click image to open]

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Mapping Zeega Projects

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Novel Image

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Channelsurf

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Reading, reaction.

I recently read an interesting article in cabinet about the practice of art restoration, or recovering what is lost. The piece was written around trateggio, the practice of in-painting in which strict pointillist rules are observed. Afterwards, I went through … Continue reading

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