And where I live, it’s a long weekend.
I have some links. Are you ready? Here we go.
From the Atlantic. Very large image scans from this historic fair.
Originally by Erik Satie. Using generative code (which they also provide for free,) it generates the music forever.
Someone should do that for Eno’s “Music for Airports“
“…Knolling is a type of flat-lay photography, where different objects are arranged at 90-degree angles from each other, then photographed from above. The look is symmetrical and pleasing to the eye and allows people to see a variety of objects in a single picture; perfect for demonstrating equipment or an inventory, for example.”
A fun, simple little game.
The gravity reverses – as well as the direction controls – resulting in some brain-twisting controller functions.
I really enjoyed this!
And so this concludes our Friday Links for October 11th.
Have a great (long?) weekend!