Tag: javascript

28
Apr

Imj: A web-based tool for visual culture macroanalytics

So-called “movie barcodes” are both elegant to look at and useful ways to explore how color schemes and designs shift throughout a film. Image montages can also demonstrate how a visual corpus changes over time, and plotting an image set into a graph based on values like hue and saturation could provide a stylistic fingerprint for […]

20
Jan

Lexia to Perplexia (2000 – 2013)

In January 2014, I traveled to Chicago to participate in the annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. There, I participated in a roundtable, Session 583: Electronic Literature After Flash, where I delivered a brief presentation on Talan Memmott’s Lexia to Perplexia. I wanted to talk about how this work has stopped functioning in some […]