@yoshiki Yeah for sure, my argument for math comics is that our eyes naturally saccade to fill in informational gaps. The common refrain for math videos is "it's better than live lecture because you can just rewind!". But glancing is way faster, and probably better for memory too.
@yoshiki youtube is, after all, an extension of television by name ("tube")
I made Sift, an experimental image editor that slices an image into layers. You can offset the layers to generate interference patterns and pseudo-3D effects.
It uses additive blending and a pixel-based light splitting algorithm. It came out of thinking about how to add depth to a grid of pixels. For more info you can read the release notes (https://writing.grantcuster.com/posts/2020-09-01-sift-release-notes/) or watch a video tour (https://youtube.com/watch?v=MJQNnAr40Vw). As always, I'd love to see anything you make with it.
»To survive, we need to relearn multiple forms of curiosity.«
Anna Tsing, Heather Swanson, Elaine Gan & Nils Bubandt (2017). Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet - Ghosts and Monsters of the Anthropocene.
This collection is a good place to start!
there we go!
100clock, catclock and color running with plan9port on debian!
@yoshiki I haven't heard of this system before! do you have any favorite links?
A very pleasant guided tour of The Whole Earth Catalog from someone "who was there".
(I really like this genre of video where someone passionate and knowledgeable about a book explains it as they flip through it on camera)
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