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April 19, 2005

Plugged in Keyboard Magazine

The April 2005 issue of Keyboard Magazine has a paragraph, photo, and side-bar about me. The photo is from the WorldSpirit Afterparty. The paragraph says:
Scott Draves has written two programs that generate abstract visuals, and they're both open source. One is Electric Sheep a distributed-computing application that generates mind-blowing MPEG2 movies of evolving fractal "flames." You can download the client, which runs as a screen saver, use the resulting movies in a show, or edit the code for your own purposes. Electric Sheep doesn't sync to audio, but its smoothly-morphing eye candy works behind almost any kind of music. Bomb is an earlier program of Scott's that runs a variety of artificial life algorithms in time to beat-detected audio.
The sidebar has links to SPOTWORKS, Electric Sheep, and Bomb. Thank you Carl &co! Posted by spot at April 19, 2005 06:26 PM
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