This website and the linked contents of it stand as an example or maybe as a source of inspiration to companies or starting and in-business collaborators that want to develop their website and/or application. If you have a vision of what your website should look like, there are many ways of getting the results. Here are some examples of how to display your content. Using these techniques we can together create amazing web.
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https://beta.openai.com/docs/introduction (2022), "The OpenAI API can be applied to virtually any task that involves understanding or generating natural language or code."
This section showcases OpenAI possibilities. Due to the limits of an API key per-request limitations, each visit has a submit limit of 5 times.
Example of an input for returning an image
input: A blueflower in early spring forest realistic
Example of an input for returning text
input: show a comma separated list of colors describing a seaside restaurant
"Turquoise, Coral, Sand, Navy, White, Seafoam"
There is also an option to donate your new key to the collective queue on this site. This provides that this example will be self-sufficient. After that you can anytime use your api key to generate content here, provided that the collective queue has still left codes that have not yet the transaction limit exceeded.
Pressing "Donate API key" saves the key to a database owned and controlled by Tuurkunn.
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Here lays time tracking. One can add a new time tracker from + icon. The data for this gadget is saved only for Your(the user) browser localStorage.
This animation... It is made to generate a scene, using pre-drawn objects that are put to motion and/or colored using inputs that provide numeric values that are converted into color codes and object mass or wind speed. Coloring happens by randomizing the output within certain color ranges. These variables make every change a unique output.
Various examples of projects in descending chronological order.
Loomale Pai epood
Web page for ZuU Bar
Web page for Estonian tube amplifier company - Breket Amplifiers
Web page for Viinistu Culture and Conference Centre
Web page for band Arms Around Paris
Web page for Koridor, counceling company
Web page for a construction company
Projects include experiments with programming languages and frameworks.
Animation testing site
A simple memory game
A day in the life of a fish
Web application prototype made during Hackatron 2016. Winner of europeana special price.
Digital media experiments with 3D software.
Combining visual aesthetics with music.
This playlist is in the format of an album.
Using Zenit film camera for most of the visuals.