字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 ImaNinja.com is a stealthy DONG, something you can do online now guys. On visnos.com you play with fractals to make cool designs like the logo of this website. Adjust the number of branches created at each step of the pattern like, 3 or 4. Changing the iteration value will determine the number of the set of branches. So with two there's only the red and the green, but setting it up to three adds turquoise. Angle one is the degree between the branches at each step while angle two is the angle between each set. This can be seen when setting the branch to 1 and iteration to 5. When you set it to 90 degrees you'll notice it becomes a square. There are plenty of other factors to play around with and it can lead you to some pretty neat designs. But of course this all depends on the settings of your Pic...cassohead.com. Where you can stay hip by keeping up with century-old trends like Cubism. You can look through the gallery to get some inspiration if you need it. And when you're ready to create, simply select different parts from these categories and move them around for a masterpiece like this. Spruce up the background with abstracts and then don't forget to put your signature on it because you never know who might try to take credit for your work… Like this guy, named Marty. And here's his girlfriend Donna. But that's not the point. You can design a person kind of like on Picasso head but more realistically. Glam up your human by positioning, resizing, and angling their facial features however you please. The end result will be one of two things: gorgeous or super gorgeous like the landscape you generate on 3D musical landscapes. Where you create visual representations of music using the signal strength of frequencies in waveforms. Drag an mp3 file between 3 and 4.5 minutes into this box and press play so it can analyze it. Once it's finished extracting the data, a grid of numbers will appear. Click “Generate Landscape” and there ya go! Zoom in and out, rotate it around like a drumstick to use on The infinite drum machine, where no one will find out whether or not you can actually do that because you use your mouse instead. The three designers of the site Kyle, Manny, and Yotam played thousands of sounds for a computer but did not label any of them so it wouldn't influence the outcome. Instead, the computer organized it solely on what it heard. And the infinite drum machine was the result. As you click and drag over the different neighborhoods of sound you'll notice how they vary by proximity. Listen to this. But when you drag it further away, the sounds will be completely different. It's interesting how two sounds from completely unrelated sources can sound nearly the same while sounds from the same category can be totally different. As cool as this is, the noise can be overwhelming so take it down a notch with Keylight. Move these balls around to compose a beautiful musical piece. When you put them up here, they shrink and emit a higher sound. The opposite is true for a lower pitch. It's fun to experiment and change it up. If you're yearning for colorful dots still hasn't been filled head on over to Coil. A game where you have to encircle the blue dots before time's up. You get more points for getting multiple orbs at once. Make sure you don't cross a red one in the process because that will cause you to lose points. It can be difficult because as you are drawing the line the beginning of it starts to disappear. But it's just a game so don't you worry about a Thing... Translator. Use your webcam to snap photos of whatever objects you want to know in other languages, like bottle. Then scroll through a variety of languages like Spanish, German, or Korean. Try it with bricks, money, whatever you want! Broaden your communication skills so you can travel the globe… Or the plasma globe. Click around to move the plasma filaments around or use your finger if you're on a smartphone. Links to all DONGs can be found in the description down below. There's also a playlist full of DONGs you can watch right now. I highly recommend it. Subscribe to DONG for more DONGs and as always, thanks for watching.