Midway through the weavecoding project and our researches have thrown up a whole load of topics that either don’t quite fit into our framework, or we simply won’t have time to pursue properly pvsyst 다운로드. Here are some of the tangents I’ve collected so far.
Coding with knots: Khipu
One of the cultures I’m increasingly interested in are the Incas Direct. Their empire flourished to up to 37 million people, without the need of money or a written language. We know that some numeric information was stored using Khipu, a knot based recording system which was used in combination with black and white stones to read and calculate 렛츠고 시간탐험대 다운로드. Two thirds of the quipus we have are un-translated, and do not fit into the known numeric coding system – what information do they hold?
Tablet weaving NAND gates
There are logic gates in tablet weaving logic. I haven’t fully figured this out yet, but I noticed modelling tablet weaving that you end up basically mapping the combinations of the weaving actions (such as turn direction) and colour as truth tables 탭탭디스코.
Top face colour based on top left/top right hole yarn in a single card and turn direction (clockwise/counter clockwise)
TL Yarn : TR Yarn : Turn : Top face colour -------------------------------------------- Black : Black : CCW : Black Black : Black : CW : Black Black : White : CCW : Black Black : White : CW : White White : Black : CCW : White White : Black : CW : Black White : White : CCW : White White : White : CW : White
Things get stranger when you include twist and combinations of actions with multiple cards apache spark. Would it be possible to compile high level programming languages into weaving instructions for carrying out computation? Perhaps this is what the untranslatable quipus are about 윤재성 소리영어?
Nintendo made a knitting machine
Asemic writing is a post-literate written form with no semantic content avr toolchain. Miles Visman programs procedural asemic languages and hand weaves them. I think this may be an important connection to livecoding at some point.