Spectrophone is a reverse spectrogram. It's a novel musical instrument, which you play by moving colored swatches in front of a video camera.
A visual interface for turning an SVG into XY coördinates.
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!
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.info is an interactive exploration of incarceration data provided by the Vera Institute of Justice.
A BitTorrent client in Haskell!
A compiler from Scheme to Lua bytecode. I love seeing compilers with unexpected source language / output language pairs, and this is a great example!
Original research on implementing a performant 2D imaging model on the GPU.
The making of a creative cellular automata browser game!
Tim's been working on this sheet music editor during his time at RC. It features live playback, multiple instruments, tempo and volume control, repeats, and accidentals. Check it out here: https://tmickel.github.io/noteworthy/