I like finding ways to use technology for things that it wasn’t originally meant to do. In this talk, I’ll take you on a tour of a rabbit hole I followed recently: Using a web browser’s 3D graphics capabilities to generate 2D video, and then converting the data in that video into sound, to produce music.
Jes Wolfe! is a computer programmer who, in some contexts, refers to themself as an “artist” and/or “musician”, and is especially interested in the artistic consequences of algorithms. They live in a house in the woods in Portland, Oregon and currently work at GitHub.