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DEAFBEEF: Generative On-Chain Multimedia Art

The code and parameters to generate and reconstruct these multimedia files is stored on the Ethereum blockchain.

Series 4 - Glitchbox - Token 161

User programmable generative glitch music box. Through programmable media, this series invites users to participate in the exploration and curation of a generative audiovisual model. Rather than enforcing artificial scarcity through a single fixed hash, owners/editors may instead continuously explore and selectively choose from a large set of possible outputs.

After minting, owners(and those granted editing access by the owner) may tweak parameters that influence the output of the model, and store those parameters on chain. Parameters are analogous to the knobs and switches of a modular synthesizer. Owners/editors may 'play' this instrument, selecting settings that please them.

A record of the parameters chosen, and who made them, will be recorded immutably on-chain.

Generative audiovisual art. Nothing but a C compiler. Pushing the limits of multimedia stored completely on-chain.

Series 0 - Synth Poems are short generative music pieces, inspired by the sound of analog synthesizers. They are stored on-chain

Each piece is generated at the time of minting from a random hash value, influencing musical elements including tempo, timbre, pitch and time signature. Simple rules lead to surprising variation, giving each piece it's own distinctive personality, while retaining a common theme.

Although synth poems are audio focused, a fitting visualization is added as an ode to early computer graphics that used vector displays to visualize analog signals. What you see is a direct representation of the sound signal, as it would appear on an oscilloscope.

The code that generates the audiovisual is stored completely on-chain, allowing a user to reconstruct the media without having to trust IPFS or external storage.

Contract Address

0xd754...0934

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Token Standard

ERC-721

Blockchain

Ethereum

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DEAFBEEF: Generative On-Chain Multimedia Art

The code and parameters to generate and reconstruct these multimedia files is stored on the Ethereum blockchain.

Series 4 - Glitchbox - Token 161

User programmable generative glitch music box. Through programmable media, this series invites users to participate in the exploration and curation of a generative audiovisual model. Rather than enforcing artificial scarcity through a single fixed hash, owners/editors may instead continuously explore and selectively choose from a large set of possible outputs.

After minting, owners(and those granted editing access by the owner) may tweak parameters that influence the output of the model, and store those parameters on chain. Parameters are analogous to the knobs and switches of a modular synthesizer. Owners/editors may 'play' this instrument, selecting settings that please them.

A record of the parameters chosen, and who made them, will be recorded immutably on-chain.

Generative audiovisual art. Nothing but a C compiler. Pushing the limits of multimedia stored completely on-chain.

Series 0 - Synth Poems are short generative music pieces, inspired by the sound of analog synthesizers. They are stored on-chain

Each piece is generated at the time of minting from a random hash value, influencing musical elements including tempo, timbre, pitch and time signature. Simple rules lead to surprising variation, giving each piece it's own distinctive personality, while retaining a common theme.

Although synth poems are audio focused, a fitting visualization is added as an ode to early computer graphics that used vector displays to visualize analog signals. What you see is a direct representation of the sound signal, as it would appear on an oscilloscope.

The code that generates the audiovisual is stored completely on-chain, allowing a user to reconstruct the media without having to trust IPFS or external storage.

Contract Address

0xd754...0934

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ERC-721

Blockchain

Ethereum

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