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AI-generated art and comics about cats, from the future! I've been generating these using a tool called Midjourney, which has proved especially good at mimicking the pen-and-ink art style of New Yorker cartoons. I'm having a ton of fun making these (“new yorker cartoon about a cat being chased by a swarm of bees” is my favorite so far), so I set up a dedicated Instagram. New cat comics/art/weirdness a couple of times a day!
The Patchouli Project
This is a personal generative art / music project I've been working on for a few years that's starting to finally take shape. Running on a Raspberry PI model 4, the software generates retro-style line animations that run in real-time and display on an HDMI-connected 1080p monitor or tv. The project site has a link to my Vimeo showcase containing some videos I created from program output and my own original instrumental music (I'll be adding more videos as time goes by.) The site also has a bunch of static images captured from the program. [more inside]
Arigato: A minimal, unopinionated toolkit for scripting with AudioUnits
I have written a lightweight system for making it convenient to play AudioUnit software instruments in code on macOS. Arigato consists of a tool, ARigEditor, for creating networks of pre-prepared AudioUnits (which I call ARigs, hence the name), tagged with names, and a library for loading these and doing things with them in Swift, typically in Xcode Playgrounds. Oh, and ARigEditor will also generate Playgrounds containing your AudioUnits and the necessary support code. [more inside]