Here's some older stuff...
Note: Lolguides.net is as of early 2013 not maintained and the domain will not be renewed.
Lolguides.net is a site that gathers and aggregates all the top rated and newest champion guides for the free-to-play online game League of Legends from different guide communities.
The code to scrape the data is written in Python with the help of BeautifulSoup. Another python program then use the data (stored in a JSON dump file) to generate the whole site's html. A paver script controls the different parts and also auto commits new/changed parts of the site to a local git repository. Automatic FTP upload to the webserver is also possible.
A small project where the end result was a painting for my brother. The idea
started with some quick sketches (ink on paper) that inspired me to write a
program that generated similar images. I then painted these images on canvas.
Analog → digital → analog.
Example output from the program:
Source code for the processing program/sketch.
Inspired by evolution and classic turtle graphics, Transturtle lets the user
select the most appealing graphical patterns to "breed". This way new, interesting images are generated. Written in Python, with Pyglet.
More, in swedish at Förvillelser.
Experiment with noise and the topological patterns it can create
Update: I've transformed phototropic into a dynamic VJ application, controllable
by MIDI and sporting nifty beat detection and animation.
Tool for an alternative approach to sound composing.
Graviton is a small ANSI C (+SDL)
Me and my friends' linux demogroup (2000 - 2005). Inactive nowadays, but
a couple of productions still available on the PLX