I'm experimenting with my pattern library (originally inspired from SuperCollider's) - now adding serialization support to streams, which means that probably you could eventually use that system (inside SoundProcesses) to create behaviour that persists over long periods of time, workspace re-loads or computer reboots.
Still a hell lot of manual serialization glue code to write :-( I should invest in getting a macro written for this.
On Friday, we were making fresh observations for the #Mäanderungen project. Found some very particular zebra crossings (and a fantastic place to exhibit, so fingers crossed we'll get the permission).
the blank space at the Poodle Dog
We're finalising texts for the #Schwärmen+#Vernetzen catalog; because my text construction requires that each paragraph stays at exactly 108 words, I gave Google Translate a go - holy moly, that engine has become scarily good, you can almost copy + paste the output with only minor corrections. (We use proper translators for the other texts)
list of new human moods, trained on this list https://github.com/dariusk/corpora/blob/23ae2da2c70db54420bc86994e6702a2d6a60c1a/data/humans/moods.json after just one epoch (!) tag yourself, I'm "discrementificant"
ok, here's the idea:
- for each possible page-folding
- create a GNG from the
possible space occupied by the
edges around the paragraphs
- turn it into a MST
- locate the possible starting and
- find the path
- create a bezier along it
- make sure we don't overlap the
rerun with stronger boundary
- render the edge text to svg
- create a place-on-path version
- render it to PDF
I merely have to implement :-/