Fanfare

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THEREMIN - A Touch Friendly Synthesizer ✖Update: 7 February 2014 Thanks to everyone for sharing! Over 100,000 people have played on the theremin in the last 3 days which is absolutely amazing. Due to a large number of requests, we've began working on a record function as well as an offline version of the app which will be available soon. Radar" by Hakim El Hattab From the Author: An experiment with real-time audio synthesis. Click on pins to made them resonate with the radar wave, click again to disable. Use the sequencer on the right to rotate between 1-10 notes. The Rational Keyboard The Rational Keyboard is a browser app to play with harmony on the rational number line. Imagine a piano with infinitely many keys, one for each rational number, and the keys move around and resize based on what sounds good, using some really cool math. Audio is synthesized in background Web Workers and played with HTML5 Audio objects, and the interactive visualizations use a 2D HTML5 Canvas. Check out the source at github, or just grab the audio encoder for your own apps.

the_dimka: codex seraphinianus in the late 70s italian architect, illustrator and industrial designer luigi serafini made a book, an encyclopedia of unknown, parallel world. it’s about 360-380 pages. it is written in an unknown language, using an unknown alphabet. it took him 30 month to complete that masterpiece that many might call “the strangest book on earth”. codex seraphinianus is divided to 11 chapters and two parts - first one is about nature and the second one is about people.btw five hundred years ago there was another book somewhat like that - voynich manuscript. take a look at some pages (click on image to see a bigger version) amazon sells those for 500 bucks or more you can read about it in wikipedia.i can’t even tell you how much i like stuff like that

Black macaque takes self-portrait: Monkey borrows photographer's camera By Daily Mail Reporter Created: 10:08 GMT, 4 July 2011 To capture the perfect wildlife image, you usually have to be in exactly the right place at precisely the right time. But in this instance, David Slater wasn’t there at all and he still got a result. Visiting a national park in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, award-winning photographer Mr Slater left his camera unattended for a while. It soon attracted the attention of an inquisitive female from a local group of crested black macaque monkeys, known for their intelligence and dexterity. Fascinated by her reflection in the lens, she then somehow managed to start the camera.

Unique Noise Generators matched to your own Hearing Curve myNoise™.net Custom-shaped Online Noise Machines Support myNoise with a donation. Help me help You! Patrons, log in here to access the bonus features. MACCHINA I" by 5013 From the Author: An infinitely random music box. Built using the latest and greatest Web Audio API technologies! ... which means that it only works on Chrome/Chromium. Sorry, Mozilla guys! The Wheels Of Steel: Turntables in your browser (a web-based DJ prototype) The basics: Controls Left-click a track to load it on the left turntable. Right-click or shift + click for the right turntable. Click and drag the needle to seek while the record is playing.

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