Test: Embed Sketchup model in wordpress (via Tinkerpad)

Published mars 16th, 2018 by

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Published mars 12th, 2018 by

11. februar 2018

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Published mars 11th, 2018 by

Kosmorama inviterte til å holde gjenbruksverksted under årets filmfestival. Temaet var dinosaurer og monster. Masse unger (og voksne) var innom for å lage fine ting.

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Website «chatbot» using landbot.io (test)

Published februar 27th, 2018 by

This is just a little experiment using landbot.io to recreate a BBC article chatbot* found via Niemlab.

(The free version of landbot.io lets me create 30 blocks, so there is a few pieces missing from the original bot)

* not really a chatbot, more like a multibranched scripted conversation.

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Whatever, nevermind

Published februar 19th, 2018 by

Vectorized remake of the anarchy logo from the video for «Smells like teen spirit» by Nirvana.


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Yellow VINYL LP cover (SVG)

Published februar 16th, 2018 by

VINYL LP cover. 313 x 313 mm. Work in progress.


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Responsive youtube background limited to div with content on top

Published januar 23rd, 2018 by

See the Pen Responsive youtube background limited to div with content on top by Morten Skogly (@mskogly) on CodePen.

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Published januar 18th, 2018 by

Some years ago I worked on a series of images based on glitchy frames from the now defunct RealVideo format. Back in the day when high bandwidth still was something rare, RealVideo was great for compressing streaming and ondemand video, but sometimes it would spit out video with strange artifacts, especially when livestreaming. In the Pixelpeople-series I took screenshots from interesting frames, and worked on them in photoshop, enhancing and smoothing the glitches, using them sort of like a collaborative partner.

With rising bandwidth and better algorithms and formats, such artifacts and glitches are pretty much gone. I’ve sort of missed the surprising unpredictability as an artistic inspiration, so I’ve started to research software and hardware-based ways to generate digital artifacts.

One of the tools I found was Photomosh.
Photomosh lets you upload and image, or use your webcam as an input, and has a ton of cool features to play with.

See the Pen Responsive Codepen Glitch by Morten Skogly (@mskogly) on CodePen.

Uglitch (webtool is dead, needs to run under https)

See the Pen Glitched Cat by Kevin Smith (@ksmth) on CodePen.

See the Pen glitch glitch glitch by Hadrien Mongouachon (@hmongouachon) on CodePen.

See the Pen Glitch Video by uriuriuriu (@uriuriuriu) on CodePen.

See the Pen Glitch Pop by Noah Blon (@noahblon) on CodePen.

Nice tuts:

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CSS3 background patterns inspired by Yayoi Kusama

Published januar 17th, 2018 by


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Quickest way to poll a changing json and update a row in a Google spreadsheet

Published november 29th, 2017 by

Aka "a poor mans database".

A user asked for a playlist for one of our streaming radiochannels. We have no official playlist for that channel, and being pressed for time I hastily created a Google Spreadsheet and added a simple script for polling a json-script. It uses Google's inbuilt trigger solution for running the script every five minute. The script lacks any checks and failsafes and is meant for demo purposes.


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