Since very long ago, humans have either dreamt of having everything done without having to work, or different people at certain point have just taken care of optimizing very particular tasks, one after another. Either case, it seems to be part of the whole world culture that we move towards automatization of our work, replacing human labour by machine labour. The assumption is that it allows humans to partake in activities that make more sense, that are more important, and improve the quality of life for less work. There is a threshold on the progress of automatization of work: thinking, seems to be the ultimate leap where human work will be finally replaced. But once we make machines think like us, effective brain-androids (whose thoughts are shaped like ours) will only our work be replaced, or does it also compromise our identities, and the identity of a whole humanity? I will be writing some of what I have learned and thought in the last couple of years, while living in different places of the world and getting different influences.
Today I needed to make a sample that would play a portion of a sample instead of playing the whole sample, from a nexus ui waveshape element. There are three problems that disallowed this:
I took advantage of how there are many youtube videos that are intended to be part of songs, such as jam backtracks. In this experiment, I put youtube to jam with youtube by matching videos from their BPM and scale. Visit it: djroboto. Watch the source at GitHub.
After facing frustration while working with two.js; pixi.js seems promessing. This is just a little example in which you can control the bunny with your arrow keys.
I have been always intrigued our drive as mankind for science and the truth about the universe. Or maybe more than that, my interest appears each time that I read about theories on quantic or universe physics, and I can only understand scarcely what are them all about, offering me a moment of distraction in the middle of those elucubrations about the universe’s that are written there. First of all, and speaking about the research of “the all”; there is one of those realities that are so obvious, that seem trivial: