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by henklass on 01 Jan'21 17:19 in math feigenbaum bifurcation

Moaning and groaning SuperCollider draws Feigenbaum's bifurcation graph... This project was inspired by this video:

Cumulative Pulses

by henklass on 29 Oct'16 07:30 in cumulative pulses control signals palindrome

Cumulative pulses Imagine pulse-generators with different frequencies. Pulses are added together to generate control signals, e.g. for pitch, or may

Confetti3aX, John Conway's Game of Life; fast, Xenakis-inspired version

by henklass on 14 May'15 11:48 in graphic random xenakis conways game of life

John Conway's Game of Life, Xenakis-inspired version with lots of synths switched on by live cells. The slow, 1-bit-music version can be found at htt

Confetti 3a: Game of Life

by henklass on 14 May'15 11:38 in random graphics 1bit music conways game of life

It is relatively simple to convert Confetti3 ( )to John Conway's Game of Life. You just need to change the rules and make sure

Confetti 3

by henklass on 14 May'15 11:33 in random graphics 1bit music

Confetti 3 converts random patterns of blocks to more or less structured images. Every block will adapt to the predominant color in its surroundings,

The Beasties

by henklass on 16 Jan'15 12:56 in science life simulator

A life simulator. Beasties are running across the screen, eating, finding a mate and eventually dying. Every event has its own sound.

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by henklass on 25 Aug'14 10:13 in arpeggio math kaprekars constant

Kaprekar Take any four-digit number except multiples of 1111. Sort the digits. Make numbers of the digits in ascending and in descending order. Repea

The Collatz Scale

by henklass on 08 Jan'14 08:37 in collatzproblem notenumbers tonality

Some time ago a did a thing on a series of numbers, that, as I learned later, was officially called the Collatz problem and it can be found on the Onl

The quest for the prime numbers

by henklass on 11 Feb'13 11:59 in fm prime numbers

The search for prime numbers from 1 to 100 is represented by sound. Channel 1: the numbers, channel 0: the divisors. In the center: a fm-sound with a