Experimental Video Game Uses In-Game Glitches As An Aesthetic Video games are known to have some in-game glitches, and sometimes they’re even celebrated for them. But while most of the time it’s an error that players stumble upon, a new game called Memory of a Broken Dimension by xra uses glitches as part of the game’s aesthetic. Creative Applications posted about the project yesterday, linking to a forum discussion where its creator discusses some of the ideas behind it. The Only Glitch Text Generator You'll Ever Need Here’s a new generator that allows you to ͋g̈l̑i͗t͓c̫h͉ ͂a͟n̪ỷ ͡t̖e᷿x̫t̳ ͮṣo͠ ͌i̬t̺ ᷅b͊e̸͖͙c͐oͪm̤e᷁sͭ ̦i̦n͎t͝r̿i̔c̞a͈ṫe͢l͝y̘ ̥f̸ục̴k͙eͩd̵ ̶w̓i̴t̘h͗ ̝ ̸̸̝u̸̸᷃n̸̸ͫt̸̸̹i̸̸ͤļ̸̸ ̸̸᷊i̸̸͚t̸̸᷈ ̸̸̇í̸̸s̸̸͈ ̸̸̧c̸̸͕o̸̸̫m̸̸̽p̸̸̮l̸̸̙ȇ̸̸t̸̸̙e̸̸ͮl̸̸᷊y̸̸͈ ̸̸̘u̸̸ͦn̸̸᷄ȑ̸̸e̸̸᷃ă̸̸d̸̸͛a̸̸̠b̸̸̝l̸̸̸e̸̸̅.̸̸̾ ̸̸͎F̶̞͉̅᷄̅᷀̅̅̒̅̈́̅̅̅U̸̖̅̇̅̈́̅̅̒̅̅̅ͦ̅͜N̅̐̅᷃̅́̅̒̅͐̅ͮ̅ͬ̅!̛̅ͩ̅̅͒̅̒̅ͥ̅̍̅͆̅ In recent years, artists such as Glitchr have helped popularize a certain style of “glitch text” that revolves around the use of combining diacritical marks.
Does The Dog Die? #TubeClash - The Movie There are "wookies" in the movie that look little like the ones in Star Wars, but are more like cute little fuzzballs. One of them is killed by a character by being cut in half, being mistaken for a monster. It however comes back to life as a zombie and appears as such for the rest of the movie and its sequels. So despite being killed, it is undead for most of its on-screen time and still has its consciousness. There are also other zombie wookies, but we don't see them die. 10 Cloverfield Lane Two dead pigs, named Frank and Mildred, are seen briefly (they are never shown alive).
Mutations, an email .gif collaboration Thursday, 20 February 2014 A collaboration project between the listed artists and Simon Stage. All series were initiated through email with a static image file, modified by the artist, then sent back, and repeated - with the intention of making it becoming an animated .gif at some point in the modifications. The series were done at different points in time from 2011 to 2014. Tom Moody Michael Manning Agathe André Yoshi Sodeoka Rick Silva Sabrina Ratté Aaron Chan Chris Shier Sara Ludy Jimpunk Ryder Ripps How to Corrupt What you'll need 1. The corruption program itself. You can get it here (mirror). There's also a Vinesauce specific version of the program which can be downloaded through this topic. It features more descriptive buttons for new corruption users as well as a few noncritical bells and whistles.
Anonymous Paintings Turn Copyrighted Paintings From Google Art Project Into Abstract 3D Compositions It seems that Google will stop at nothing to digitize the world into virtual landscapes, from the streets near your home to the Amazon jungle, and even the NASA Kennedy Space Center. And, of course, the interiors of buildings don’t escape Google’s roving nine eyes. Though it’s not just any old interiors in the spotlight, but the interiors of the world’s biggest art museums housed in the Google Art Project. Google’s various eyeballs mean you can tour the world and its art museums without leaving the comfort of the glowing screen, but as with all technology—and something anyone who glanced at the now defunct The New Aesthetic Tumblr blog will know—machine vision isn’t without its errors and distortions. These glitches have long been celebrated artistically as an aesthetic in themselves and in Joao Enxuto and Erica Love’s Anonymous Paintings series, they use digital distortions to give an alternative way to view some of the works in the Google Art Project. @stewart23rd
10 Terrifying Planets You Don't Want To Visit Space Space exploration is a grand adventure. Its mystery has always captivated us and the inevitable discoveries to come will add to the many cosmological insights we already have. But let this list serve as a warning for any weary inter-solar travelers. Social Currency Turned Twitter Art: Don’t Tell Ashton Talk about a crowdsourced work of art: The Interactive Communication class at Berghs School of Communication has begun work on an interactive project called “Don’t Tell Ashton,” the world’s first physical artwork created entirely out of Twitter users. How does it work? Participants tweet about the project, then their profile picture appears in the portrait.
Was the Mountain King secret level intentional? - Atari 2600 - AtariAge Forums 'SoulBlazer', on 26 Mar 2010 - 9:22 PM, said: Thanks for the info. I suspose I'm used to modern games, that are playtested and checked and go through a beta process (in most cases). I had thought this was done during the 2600 days as well. Sure, I know about all kinds of bugs and errors that got missed, I was just curious if any kind of 'quality control' was done in the 2600 days. Year of the Glitch yearoftheglitch: Hey, there! I’m teaching series of Glitch Art courses on Skillshare. Artist Captures Pizzas Hanging Out in Unusual Places Artist and photographer Jonpaul Douglass cannot be accused of being boring or lacking in humor. In his fantastic series, Pizzas in the Wild, we see pizzas appearing in the most unusual places. Pizza hubcaps adorn cars.
Printing out the Internet Kunsthalle Düsseldorf 5. April - 10. August 2914 Enter a dreamland of glitchy, corrupted videogames - Kill Screen Two fighters behind a curtain of pea green. A bobsled dives into a sea of broken pixels, tumbling into a geode-like fractured structure far removed from the icy-whiteness of the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City in 2002. The frenetic golden glory of Fantastic Dizzy (1991).