Esoteric programming languages with which you can experiment. By selecting sample programs and watching them run, you can gain an appreciation of how the esolang works; by composing your own programs, you can gain an even better appreciation.
Whothm is a simple language for describing infinite two-colour bitmapped graphics. This exhibit contains a Java applet which implements Whothm, and lets you interactive try out Whothm programs online.
This is an HTML5-based interpreter for the
esoteric programming language ZOWIE.
Currently, yoob can interpret 21 languages: 1L_AOI, 1L_a, 2-ill, 2L, Ale, BackFlip, Befunge-93, Black, brainfuck, Circute, Etcha, Gemooy, LNUSP, noit o' mnain worb, PATH, Qdeql, Sceql, SMETANA, SNUSP, Wunnel, and Ypsilax. This exhibit shows yoob in action, and lets you play with all these esolangs online.
"Chzrxl, the Living Inkblot." Or is it a sort of self-attracting lava lamp?
An in-browser implementation of Cyclobots.
A spiral made up of semicircles with proportions in the Fibonacci sequence.
A simple interactive HTML5 entertainment, intended to be experienced on a touchscreen device.
An animated "plate" depicting a proto-cohort of Heronsis hermnonicii.
A somewhat eerie computed animation.
Animated op art: an interactive bleeding of colours.
Conceptual art: A Java applet that you and your friends can own!
An animated impressionistic depiction of the prairies.
Animated op-art exhibiting a moiré effect.
An interactive exploration of the concept of The Frame in art, based on words and 'do by Frank Zappa.
Bubble Escape 2K is an award-winning video game where you guide a soap bubble through a multi-screen maze. You can play it online in this applet running JaC64. Use your arrow keys to guide the bubble through the maze. Avoid the hazards and find the five keys to unlock the exit.