• Mariano Guerra

    Mariano Guerra

    2 years ago
    Two paragraph update: I released instadeq beta last wednesday, I've worked a lot the last 3 weeks but since it's polishing, bug fixing and making it usable to end users I didn't know what to show, I tried doing some "speed runs" but they were all over 2 minutes so I scrapped that idea. I get the feeling that now I "sold to the mainstream" from this community's perspective.
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    Edward de Jong / Beads Project
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    Chris Maughan

    2 years ago

    https://youtu.be/fpKJFDT28LQ

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  • Paul Sonnentag

    Paul Sonnentag

    2 years ago
    My first video

    https://youtu.be/hrHVnBMmF-w

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    Edward de Jong / Beads Project
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    Erik Stel

    2 years ago
    First attempt at two-minute-week update. CodeParadise is project for running Smalltalk code 'natively' on server AND in browser (using SqueakJS VM). Live coding example. (Sorry for the lousy sound quality)
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  • Kartik Agaram

    Kartik Agaram

    2 years ago
    I'm slowly making Mu safer and more testable, but it's now at the point where I'm also starting to have some fun every week. Hopefully y'all agree. https://archive.org/details/akkartik-2min-2020-07-01 Mini rant on prototypes. While a prototype like this would possibly be less work to build on say Python, I think building it atop Mu provides some significant advantages. Research prototypes are not entirely throw-away; the goal with them is to accumulate learning even while the codebase churns. Because it relies on so few dependencies, Mu is more robust to bitrot. This makes it easy for someone else to reproduce an experiment. Even relatively far in the future. I really hope we can converge on a shared platform something like this for research prototypes. It does still need graphics and sound, though..
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    Ivan Reese

    2 years ago
    Caution — after watching Kartik's video, turn down your volume to a normal level before watching mine. (I wish there was some sort of automatic tool I could share so that all our videos would have normalized audio. If anyone knows of something...)
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    Ivan Reese

    2 years ago
    In this update, I share.. some books I've been reading, to help me knock down a few barriers in my ongoing development of Hest. My current focus is on representing and rendering objects in space, so that includes things like: coordinate systems, affine transformations, cameras and perspective/ortho projection, vertex and fragment shaders on the GPU… and then carefully abstracting all of this so that the artist using Hest will have the right degree of control, and can (for instance) have objects that encode their graphics in various formats (eg: HTML, SVG, glTF) which all coexist in the same space, efficiently.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTNb-6uAcPg

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  • ogadaki

    ogadaki

    2 years ago
    It is the end of my first "full time" week, and it is really cool (yet a bit weird for now) to have the "future of programming" as the main thing to think about. So some video watching, some chat, some reading, etc. And, some archeology on an old project with a bit of coding to refresh tiny parts and try new things. It is what I then called zed, an editor highly inspired by PureData and Max/MSP but to mix visual programming with text programming for the web platform (and, sorry, no audio for now). The podcast episode with Miller Puckette (the father of PureData and Max/MSP) two month ago made me want to make a TMW video on this zed project, in echo of the discussions following the podcast (and didn't have time then): https://futureofcoding.slack.com/archives/C5T9GPWFL/p1589265827352600 So here is a quick (2 minutes is really short...) presentation of this old project of mine which I will kept some ideas for my future work: https://archive.org/details/ogadaki_foc_tmw_1
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  • Robbie Gleichman

    Robbie Gleichman

    2 years ago
    Glance two-minute-week update #2

    https://youtu.be/_OUoxRH6TJI

    This is my first video with a new audio setup, so tips on improving audio quality with OBS are welcome.
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    Chris Maughan

    2 years ago
    Live Coding Project, Update #11

    https://youtu.be/_e77C5flg9Y

    This video shows a few more generated sounds, some UI improvements, and performance work I've been doing.
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