I set about recreating a slit scan camera using the magic of your web browser and a standard webcam. These photographs are records of time, rather than a record of space, as in a normal photograph.
With interplanetary holidays right around the corner I thought I should do my bit and address one of the key issues everybody is talking about... How does a clock behave on Neptune?*
I recreated Langton's Ants - A 2D Turing Machine with very simple rules that exhibit some amazing results.
I tested the Infinite Monkey Theorem (kinda) using words found on Twitter. They unknowingly reproduced 98% of George Orwell's novel "1984" in 12 hours, and went on to complete 99.8% of the entire book in ~9 days.
Shoot the Hippo is an interactive HTML5 game, written for The Shoot The Hippo CRO Blog by a good friend Tom Bowden. A quick weekend project, which was quite a laugh to make.
A quick update of the state of 365project.org my daily photo project with almost 70,000 members.
Throughout 3 months at the start of 2009 I thought it might be fun to log many of the day to day routine activities I do in my life.
I was fortunate enough to be asked by Dave Chatting to speak at the East Anglia based Dorkbot event back in November 2010.
My exhibits at The Curiosity Collective's Time Show