This code uses the original Orson Wells "War of the Worlds"
broadcast (1938) that caused massive panic.
(quite relevant for the times we're living in)

We control a random quantity of rows. Every row shows the sound wave,
and in some cases acts like water, altering the neighbor rows.

We should say, we asign different actions to different strokes,
therefore when we record the video, we are actually
'playing' the algorithm, we perform the code.

Some of this codes are conceived as 'sound instruments' that can be
altered in the near future to produce different results with different inputs.

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// This video was part of a generative art HackPact ( write/document/share one code a day for a month)

// More details about our full contribution to the HackPact here:

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