Visitors use a keyboard and mouse to play it. Many algorithms, shapes, pictures that I found interesting are combined into one app. For example, it contains an algorithm that simulates waves based on physics knowledge, or a blurred picture of a 404 page I took from somewhere on the internet, and so on…
Torajiro Aida (b.2001, Tokyo) is an artist/programmer/college student/blockchain and AI engineer. His interests are software, technology, cryptography, art, AI, blockchain, randomness, how computers/softwares change society, language, Ancient Chinese philosophy, and religion (like Laozi, Zhuangzi, Confucius). Favorite languages are Python and Haskell. He won the Newcomer’s Award at the 2018 Japan Media Arts Festival for his work “I’m In The Computer Memory”.