Just ascii me


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Ascii art

Thanks to WeezBlog for the link to a very cool site, Typorganism, where I played with all sorts of interesting type-related interactivity in an elegant Flash presentation. There is a visual composer feature which allows you to play with various palettes of sounds, organizing them as you might use a sequencer. If you like what you hear you can even submit it for others to hear. Look for a couple of compositions by 'jaydub'. That's me. =)

There is even a feature where you can upload an image and generate an ascii representation of it, hence the text above. If only I knew Flash well enough to come up with something as brilliant as that site. So very cool.

Play with Typorganism

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whoa the visual composer rox. Lots of songwriters these days have trouble "thinking" of music, so jsut randomly clicking and hearing something u can get very new unique songs - most of the time it sounds like jazz one of which i was quite proud of :D only thing they need now is more subdivision on the "seconds" (that is, more then 16th notes, like maybe up to 32nd notes or something for really fast stuff)

btw i love this site

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How do i play? It doesnt have any links.

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Hunter - the site is called Typorganism, and the link in the entry above will take you to the site. I have also made it so clicking the image will take you there as well.

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this is awsome! but i cant make the image the right size for the ascii-0-matic :(

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Cool website, Jay!

This is a weird game...

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haha. what a bunch of weird games. I love websites like this. Nice job :)

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This reminds me of a Java programming assignment I had titled by my prof, "Kiss my ASCII"

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JAY! I totally love this site. i visit it like ever so often hoping for a new entry. (:
This is probably my first time dropping a comment. haha

i'm having problems with the ascii-o-matic. i cant seem to get my picture the right size or something. the whole thing's really cool. hoping i could get a pic done too. HELP. (:

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Jack Ohzis Author Profile Page April 29, 2007 4:17 PM

MANAX isn't positive, but he thinks that this was the turning point wherein Jay kinda finally started reviewing games and neat websites. What a day it was. MANAX declares April 3rd the new annual Jayisgames Crossover Day! Wooooo!

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The heaviest weight you can achieve in "Weight" is 2,967,000 units by using 20 capital m's in Futura Book Bold.

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'?', I beat you :p

20 capital w's on the same font (Futura book bold) makes
3,163,920 and I believe that that is ... 196,920 units more than the capital m's

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