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"Amorphous Field Gui" Python Standalone Executable by Michael Lee (Varanormal Research Team) 1.0.0

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This program generates a constantly changing noise pattern based on a pseudo random number generator (PRNG). Scientifically speaking, PRNGs should not be able to be influenced by spirits, but there are two caveats. One is that the random seed used in Python is somehow affected (like timing). The other is that this may be an example of a partnership between our medium-capable suggestive minds and randomly generated shapes and forms. 

At some point, we will also introduce random visuals that derive from hardware sources, like the audio input of your computer. It will be interesting to see if the images improve. 

Download Program (The compiled program runs only in Windows 10.)

Amorphous Field Zip File

Click the link. Then click the down arrow button at the top right to download. Unzip the file (uncompressed over 700 MB!) and it will produce a folder. In this folder is an EXE file called amorphous.gui.exe that you can run.

Source Code (Python; Any OS)

If you have Python / Anaconda3, you can play with and modify the script. Let us know if there is a more efficient way to make an EXE from Python, or if you want, you can recode the program in another programming language.


What's New in Version 1.0.0   See changelog


No changelog available for this version.

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