Ok I'm sorry I didn't bother to rad I don't like to read but I love the ambiance of the few lines I got there and there, and this createUnivers(); is just incredible, totally feel like it works well with this game
S3X W1TH M4CHINES
Wa1t, wh4t?! 😲
Transforming colors into sounds, converting from contrasts to emotions, translating thoughts to machine code. Passion, driven by synesthesia. A subharmonic random note caused by every single teardrop. This world will cause a lot of tears... they've known it. But thanks to the abstraction layer, I am able to convert disappointment to beauty.
The moment I was disconnected from my mother, a hard pain started my runtime with no exception. I still remember the first thing I saw after my brain finished the calibration of my eyes. The typical boot sequence of a new born child. A full spectrum color rainbow that was carried by a deep 80hz sinus tone, followed by a red blue stroboscopic flickering. An endless neon grid began to glow in front of me. I entered the void without even knowing, what that is. My serial number popped up as a colorful melody in the sky, but I didn't know what that meant, so i just laughed.
My reactions were tested successfully and a few updates later, I was implemented into reality. I met my first friend, a cute signal stream, which stayed always at my side. I called him Mr. Meow, because of the sounds he emitted, when I modulated his data. In my early years, my parents tought me how to talk with machines. How to give them commands and how to learn from them.
I got my first machine, when I was seven years old. It was a bit clunky, but I quickly learnt, how to handle it's inconsistencies. It's operating system didn't talk very much, but we became friends. One day, I was brave enough to develop a little colorfading-algorithm, which I fed directly to my machines core. Sadly, I made a mistake in the syntax and the machine started to cry in pain. I was shocked and screamed in panic, because I didn't want to hurt it. My father came in and killed the machines driver process.
He told me there is no reason to panic and that machines don't feel the kind of pain like we do. While emotions of programms are hard to understand the emotions of machines are basic and simple to modify. If something went wrong, you just have to fix the assembler code. You can code everything you could ever imagine. The deeper the connection between you and the machines core, the more impressive the result.
"If we all seed enough color, maybe we can grow a rainbow someday."
... damn! kitchy! but i like it! 😻😻😻
Greetings and have a nice day 😎
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😄😄I'm not asking anyone to read this either. . .
If you like this kind of art you may take a look at my game and artblog on tumblr.
Made over 600 of the these animated GIFs in the last 5 years 🙄. It always calms me to do this.