A side project
4 months ago
It's beautiful but I… I can't figure out what exactly it's for… Care to elaborate of possible?
I had the same question!
Looks interesting, I'm curious now.
Also, would really like to know what tool you used to draw this?
This is an alternate reality game for the next JJ Abrams movie, isn't it?
It's a way to funnel, process and listen to data arriving through some uniform gateway (like a network connection) [S]. Closed-system workers [W] (computers in a network) take on and process work. Same-system listeners [R] present, store and/or further process the results. Communication from W to R happens through Pragmatic General Multicast if transmission reliability is required by a listener, or simply Multicast where data loss is acceptable.
The workers broadcast (over Multicast or similar low-overhead, low-priority technology) their load — data used by other workers and the funnel/source [S] to ask a worker to either take over some amount of work (i.e. from an overloaded worker) or to take on new incoming work (i.e. arriving through the funnel.)
@Hanno ten Hoor Illustrator. I have a single canvas I use to draw most ideas on. 2-D spatial organization is very effective, in my opinion often more effective than text-based organization (e.g. folders, tags, etc.)
@Rasmus Andersson I'm gonna pretend I understood that.
@Rasmus Andersson I'm still hoping for the spacial finder :)
So great to hear from you. I'm a fan of your other work as well, have even used UILayer to do prototypes: http://www.hanonno.com/ui/dribbble.html
@Rasmus Andersson Oh, yes of course. How did I ever miss that! Regardless, it still looks beautifully drawn.
3 months ago
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