March 21, 2006

For The Geek-Conceptualist Nursery: The ASCII Carpet

ascii_carpet.jpg

Here's how I understand the process: When you visit the website, it triggers a Google search of some kind. The results are scrubbed and formatted and output as pure ASCII text, complete with a timestamp of your visit.

You can then order a print of your unique ASCII composition, the price of which varies by output medium and volume. For example, a single print on A4 paper costs 4 euros. And a 200x250cm custom-woven wool carpet is 1,999 euros.

Souds pretty straightforward to me.

http://triple-double-u.com/carpet/?s [via wmmna]

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