Blinking a Light on Raspberry Pi 3 in Pure Assembly

made and submitted by gosullivan
A small program that blinks a light on a Raspberry Pi, written in pure AArch64 assembly.

Lit: a little preprocessor for literate programming

made by Vijith Assar, submitted by nicholasbs
The project is part of a larger ecosystem of tools to support literate programming, including lit-web, which lets web browsers extract and run JavaScript code from blocks embedded in Markdown files.

zit - the imitation stupid content tracker

made and submitted by jmou
"Git is a weekend hack which looks like a weekend hack." --Bram Cohen Zero git, a minimal implementation of git written in a few hundred lines of code. Take a looksie how little a weekend hack git actually does. Or dive in and try implementing some of the subcommands yourself!

Parser attacks for denial of service

made by Marcus Klaas de Vries, submitted by nicholasbs
An exploration of how data parsers can be exploited to create Denial of Service attacks and how you can defend against them.

Spectrophone: A reverse spectrogram for playing music with color

made by Andrew Yoon, submitted by nicholasbs
Spectrophone is a reverse spectrogram. It's a novel musical instrument, which you play by moving colored swatches in front of a video camera.


made by alizauf, submitted by nicholasbs
A visual interface for turning an SVG into XY coördinates.


made and submitted by blinry
An open source project for creating visual timelines, which show you the structure of a video at a glance, by visualizing its color development. Comes with a YouTube plugin!

The Cover of The Sun Also Rises

made by duncan, submitted by davidbalbert
A picture of the cover of The Sun Also Rises, read to you pixel by pixel. 800 chapters long. The full audio recording is 2.48 GB.

Incarceration in America

made by corinfaife, zstatmanweil, submitted by alicia is an interactive exploration of incarceration data provided by the Vera Institute of Justice. Code:


made by nicksanford, submitted by vaibhavsagar
A BitTorrent client in Haskell!