Hey it’s Friday!
And it’s Juuuune!
And time for some links. Here goes!
Make a motion or gesture with your mouse / finger, and this website creates loops of tones. You can choose the waveform. A fun little music tool.
“KineMan is the ultimate web application for learning and demonstrating human joint behavior, and for creating complex human poses.”
I love that a little later on it says that it can “Simulate action poses not possible by human models”.
Sadly: no saved poses. I can only imagine what crazy positions people have put this thing in.
Great pun, yes? (No?)
As you might expect, this is a compendium of memorabilia related to diners and restaurants in the greater Los Angeles area. There are some menus, as well as interesting historical anomalies. A neat little archive.
Like a slower, more varied version of flappy bird – only instead of a bird, you are a biplane. Addictive, for sure. Beautifully designed.
This is an etsy shop created by London-based artist Simon James, who creates clever book cover designs based on music artists and song titles instead of authors and novels. There is also a tumblr site which is somewhat more random.
These have been your Friday Links! Tune in next week for more Friday linkage fun!