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Silk is an interactive work of generative art.
HTML5, Canvas, Web Audio for music, and responsive sound effects.
Frontend written in Coffeescript; backend written in Go.
Thank you, Mr. Vishnevsky. you are among the real superstars in my world. Thank you. I am paralyzed with temporary awe and intend to use it on my sculptures. So excited. So exciting.
This is perfect
That's amazing how one smart idea helps another people to dream :) Dream at work :)
Thank you! :)
Fun & relaxing
A fantastic and almost surreal experience! You've left me without words!
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. So simple, and so much arty. I wouldnt change it, although a ctrl-z or erase command would be nice. paid press release distribution
Fantastic. The coolest use of technology I've seen in years. Rock On!
hello there. I am starting to be involved in a project on the silk road and saw the digital image of your work. I guess it is subject to copyright. I'd like to know the conditions for its use.
Super cool, nothing short of beautiful and addicting.
Great work btw, beautiful and captivating.
Can I throw this into a web project? What's the copyright on these Experiments?
LOVED it... So simple, and so much arty. I wouldnt change it, although a ctrl-z or erase command would be nice. It would be cool too if you could download a jpeg file of your creation. I dont know... just a shower of ideas XD, but i insist that this is awesome u_u. Great job! its beautyful
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I'm overwhelmed by the beauty.
Vulvatic art, kind of ;)
I've seen this before, but I don't know what linked me to it. Either way, great job.
Heya, I really love messing around with this, awesome work. Is it possible to download/buy the music somewhere? I love it!
The music just got put up on iTunes about a week ago. There's a link in the about pane on the Silk site – just click the ? that comes up in the top-right corner.
Thanks a lot! I didn't even think about searching for the about pane..