@phooky LCD. I took the plastic enclosure off one today (similar to that electric objects prototype that was at the FFL office). Maybe I just want that exposed look with some tasteful additions. I do need/want to VESA mount it though, and in this case the metal piece with the mount was only taped on so I had to put some of the plastic back on to hold it together...
@phooky did anybody at resistor ever do work with transparent acrylic? I’m trying to think through how feasible it would be to disassemble a monitor and rebuild it with a transparent enclosure.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1612052033/
Working on taking monitor shots of Constraint Systems.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1611612964/
Made a mount to read comics on the wall in the kitchen.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1610753721/
Decompressing from finishing one thing by starting another thing.
Fracture came out of me experimenting with WebGL and learning I could split the canvas into viewports, each with their own independent camera. It's got a logic that feels kind of familiar but kind of weird, hopefully. I'd love to see anything you make with it and hear any impressions.
New from me on Constraint Systems:
Fracture is an experimental image editor. Shatter and recombine images using a grid of viewports.
Try it at https://fracture.constraint.systems
Inspiration ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1610421328/
Visual Programming Cortex - featuring lots of interesting experimental language examples.
@exquisitecorp I have no actual experience but would be curious to hear how it goes. I tried to figure out if I could do a linux tablet (probably ubuntu touch) for a while, but support looked pretty dicey.
Work ↓ https://feed.grantcuster.com/post/1610165412/
Well at least I left a comment that there might be a race condition where there turns out to be a race condition.
Going out on a limb. Creative interface experiments at http://constraint.systems. Recent Linux convert. Foster parent. Work and inspiration in progress. He/they.
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