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Dynamicland
incubating a humane dynamic medium
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Dynamicland Nov 30
Thank you for the delightful plushie and dynamic schedule! πŸŽπŸšˆπŸ’• /cc
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Code Nation Nov 20
"It inspired me to start creating more...and to start actually doing my homework." Now that's what we call a successful field trip! Huge shout out to for hosting our students at your awesome offices.
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Omar Rizwan Oct 26
Collecting all my uses so far for Raspberry Pis in on one messy table. Lots of new sensors and actuators -- and we're really just getting started with these things
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Steve Krouse πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Oct 26
✍️new essay: The Next Big Thing is a Room. My attempt to explain Bret Victor's new project to a broader audience
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Bret Victor May 26
Replying to @Dynamicland1
this is what's impossible to convey about -- what look like "demos" or "projects" in these tweets are actually just the leftover scratch paper from conversation, discussion, exploration, playing, joking, riffing in a real place in real time with real people
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Bret Victor May 26
harder to capture in a tweet -- this came out of and me casually taking turns messing with "make it rain" while chatting with Margaret and Cynthia around the lunch table. it's a doodle.
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Bret Victor May 26
rain this color
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Omar Rizwan Sep 3
Touching pencil traces on the page with
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Stephanie Wang Sep 3
in DL with a raspberry pi and some graphite 🀯
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Stephanie Wang Aug 26
messing around visualizing d-separation from bayes nets! each variable is conditionally independent of non-descendants given its parents are observed (by placing a dot). in a v-structure conditioning on the child node allows info to flow between its parents
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Ivan Reese Aug 29
Fantastic interview of on 's Future of Coding podcast: πŸ–€ Programming Systems (eg. Smalltalk) vs Programming Languages πŸ–€ Language innovation vs UI / tool innovation πŸ–€ Wide-ranging discussion on
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Omar Rizwan Aug 16
I'm particularly excited by how Pagebots introduce _bidirectionality_. We've been able to say "When (page) is in this spot, do something", but now we can do the converse: "Wish (page) is in this spot" and have the page move there to fulfill the wish
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Omar Rizwan Aug 15
Pagebot. robots & programs coexisting harmoniously
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Omar Rizwan Aug 6
πŸ“ I've written about Geokit, my mapping system : It's a pretty detailed explanation of both 'what it does' and 'how it's made' which might help illustrate what's so unique about Dynamicland
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cabbiboo ( DMs Open! ) Aug 4
Today at we made some code editors! Sublime Text has got nothing on Artisanal Masterpiece
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Omar Rizwan Jul 20
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joshuahhh Jun 13
Object-avoiding paths , and a card which shows a live visualization of the algorithm. Thanks for the A* tutorial (), !
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Bret Victor Jun 7
dialin' & driftin' (Realtalk on Raspberry Pi by ) (turn on sound)
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Ian Johnson May 20
playing with maps in thanks for stopping by !!
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Kyle Kelley Jun 1
Yesterday many folks got to visit , which was an incredibly fun experience to build, share, and learn in.
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