Creative Code Stammtisch

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May 7th, Stammtisch #85

(33 participants)

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Shows his experiments with noise fields. He got started in VSCode with p5.js. He quantizes parts of the noise field so it combines the organic with the geometric.

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Following Arsiliath’s Compute Shader workshop, which expects homework delivered at the end of each week. Topics like Cyclic Cellurar Automata and 1D CA. She implemented it in p5.js too.


Scanned a location in Berlin using photogrammetry and made a web based interactive experience:

The audio involves sound samples and real time web-audio effects.

He uses Meshroom


Animated Julia sets in the terminal with green ascii characters.

Used an “ascii gradient” to emulate pixel brightness.

Julia sets:


ASCII gradient I used:

You can contribute:

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Alma: looking for job after the summer. Blender, Touch Designer, some Unity/Unreal. Ideally in Berlin.

Constanze: offering a nice broken laptop. 17” 1070 GPU, 512Gb SSD. Doesn’t power up. Goes for Taru.

Onat: looking for collaborator doing custom audio synthesis.

Tony: Sunday it’s mother’s day. Remember.

Tom: looking for collaborators for open source shaders, C-Sharp, imgui. @pixtur

Jaeyeon Kim

Studying in South Korea. Shows many posters combining generative processes and typography made in Touch Designer.

Participated in an exhibition combining TD, a webcam, Zoom to glitch live video input and do real time face swapping.

Also worked on a web based 2020 PROTO WEB Exhibition by his school made with three.js and A-Frame.


A shader idea in Shadertoy. Converts videos into something like steam particles.


Live performance with his language and editor.

Shows things you can’t do on CSS.