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edpegg
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Registered: Jun 2004
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64K or Less

At maa.org, I've written a column about tiny programs that produce wonderful movies.


64K or Less -- The Demoscene


I've mentioned some of these before. There is a regular competion for scenes done in 256 bytes. The assembly code for many of these is freely shared (I give links in the article) -- it would be interesting to modify these with automata to make a stunning 256 byte demo.

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Rudi B. Stranden

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Registered: May 2012
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I know this thread is ehm 8 years old, but it happened to mention the demoscene.
Here's one work i made early in january this year. is 128 bytes. video, executable and assembly code can be seen here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywdXx8vF9HY
http://www.home.no/rudibs/download/pluto128.zip

last year i also made one 32 byte demo, which has more like an cellular automaton behaviour (but still not quite): it looks and eventually evolves into random behaviour, but starts of with moving some complicated structures. it also has sound.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4rbDWcxPDo
http://www.home.no/rudibs/download/tr.zip

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