Emily's creative coding projects are cool enough, what's even cooler is the work she does to share her process and teach others! (like this video)
This game is very silly, and most of the NYC park names (real and fake) are totally unbelievable. So far my favorites are "Bar and Grill Park" and "Le Playground" - you'll have to play to find out if they're real or not!
A poetry magazine by AI, for AI
Andy's dedication to his goals for Oil is impressive, and the experimental approach he's taking with it is really interesting.
This code can take a photo of Set cards and tell you all the valid sets among them.
Stealing Ur Feelings is a web-based interactive documentary that reveals how Snapchat can use your face to secretly collect data about your emotions. Noah is implementing Constrained Local Models to do emotion recognition. There's already a cool demo!
My favorite part of this is that it's currently a work in progress, so you can follow along in the repo as the magic happens.
These plays were funny, endearing, educational, and thought-provoking. Theatre is such a neat format to engage with programming!
At once a brilliant way to explore networking and concurrency, and a thought-provoking meditation on how we communicate online.
Link rot is painful, we've all experienced clicking a previously-working link and getting a 404! Bookmark Archiver imports your browser history, bookmarks, & Pinboard/Pocket links and produces HTML, PDF, PNGs, & more (saved with Chrome Headless).
A common misconception about Haskell is that it can only be used for doing functional programming. This is not the case, as Haskell makes a great imperative language as well!