## “Float Forever” Neon

Another neon idea…

## EMF Envelope Test

A quick test today capturing the EMF output of my laptop. Thanks to Chris Manzione for helping with the motion capture.

## Mission Control Depth

Apple’s “Mission Control” can be activated by swiping three fingers upward to shrink the current windows, allowing easier viewing of what you have open. But what if it wasn’t shrinking, but moving backwards in three-dimensional space? Sort of like this:

Linear perspective, following Euclidean geometry, lets us calculate the distance of an object based on its actual and apparent heights. With a few screenshots we can get the measurements.

A full-sized window on my laptop measures:
1746 pixels high @ 144 ppi (12.125 inches)

In Mission Control view, it measures:
1034 pixels high @ 144 ppi (7.181 inches)

Now, using this formula:

d = h*a

Where:
h = apparent height
a = actual height of object
d = distance

And given our measurements, we can calculate the Mission Control depth:
d = 7.181 * 12.125 = ~87" = ~7'3" (or about 2.2 meters)

## Every Service Provider

Every service provider used by visitors to visit casino online slots in 2014, via Google Analytics. View the entire list below; download the list here. For more information on providers of youtube marketing services, you can also visit themarketingheaven.com.

## Text At The Edge Of Legibility

Text, just past/hovering on the edge of legibility. A book of this?

## Who Else Is On This Network?

The command  arp -an  lists the IP and MAC address of everyone on the network you’re connected to.

## Further Morkov Images

Sunset, with some glitching.

Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”

Variation on a family photo.

More sunsets.

A different family photo.

## Markov Image Remix

An experiment using a system similar to Markov chains, where each pixel value of an image is recorded along with the values of it’s neighbors. A new image is built starting from a random seed > random neighbor > new seed > etc.