An interactive tool for placing sounds in a 3D virtual landscape.
by Jerobeam Fenderson
“The superformula is a generalization of the superellipse and was first proposed by Johan Gielis in 2003″
Some superformula samples
Jitter gen examples.
By Kagami Shota
Why would you write Jitter code inside a js object?
Here’s an example to get started with. It downsamples a movie and changes the background color. Something I often dream about.
Experiments in particle generation
download patches: http://www.itaru.org/ilog/2012/11/12/inky-particle/
Party Lights (From Jitter Recipes book 4) https://cycling74.com/2012/03/20/jitter-recipes-book-four/5/
A Chrome web app that glitches camera input.
Downsample/upsample with non obvious results.
Mystery surrounds jit.ameba.
From earlier (Max 5) Cycling 74 documentation https://docs.cycling74.com/max5/refpages/jit-ref/jit.ameba.html:
“The jit.ameba object began life as a completely failed attempt at a linear interpolation object. As the Oblique Strategies say, “Honor thy error as a hidden intention.” If you’re interested in linear interpolation objects, try the jit.plur object. Otherwise, please enjoy the mess.”
What actually does that mean?
(There is no information here)
“This is a pixilation (resampling) trick. The help file admits this was supposed to be something else, but didn’t work. Needs a spell check too, but pretty interesting. ”
“A real-time keystroke-dependent visuals manipulator, based on… mathematically layering… a repeating matrix… and noise… or something, I’m not really sure to be honest.”
By Derick David Downey at http://www.messengerboymedia.com/maxmsp.shtml
By Dana Lee