More grid animations by Hansje van Halem (and colleagues) for the Lowlands festival.
The Macrocom Method is a text mode trick for PC to use 16-colour hi-res graphics in CGA. The principle was to use only the top two pixel rows of each text character, and remove the rest. Image by VileR.
Macrocom was a company that first showed this trick in 1984 with the game ICON. Read more here. h/t: Rowan Lipkovits
Photos from above: Pineapple garden maze, solar panels in Tonopah, Angkor Wat, olive trees in Córdoba, beach in Viareggio.
via Daily Overview (Tumblr). h/t: Tim Koch