Line-drawings (a) converted by two ASCII-converters (b,c), by a new deep learning technique (d) and by “artist” (e). You can try the deep ASCII converter on the web and read the recently published article here. Or at Motherboard.
By Yaco (Tumblr). h/t Tim Koch.
Crappy gif of Zalion, a good-looking text-mode game on the Japanese MZ-80 computer. Full video here, more sharpscii here. h/t: Tim Koch
ASCII art and deep learning?
My paper “ASCII Art Synthesis with Convolutional Networks” (DeepAA) is accepted by NIPS2017 Workshop for Machine Learning for Creativity and Design!
More info here, code at GitHub.
SharpSCII-style flyer for a party in Tokyo last weekend. Get more SharpSCII here.
Various works from utf8art.com. More Japanese Shift-JIS works also here.
“Moonlight party Stuffed-rabbit Suit”, from utf8art.com.
Calbee launched a new snack in April with ASCII art on the cover. Promoted with absurd videos like this, about sending W’s to the world and make them happy? More here.
Kisa Kawkami, AA Files, 1986. via geo-metrie