Coding, Demoscene & Retro

CODING

Nuance - Pico-Bello (PICO-8 Music-Disc)

Coding is a relatively new hobby of mine. And I am just at the beginning of my learning curve ;-) My first release was coded in lua on the PICO-8. Many thanks to Virgill, teo,  Slimey and the others who helped me producing this release.

Next up will be something with Python. I looked into C and some other languages... but hey, nowadays with full-time job (nothing to do with coding) and family with children, there is just no additional time for learning something like C... and Python seems to be sooo easy ;-)

DEMOSCENE

Digital Art, friendship, competitions, retro, fun & party. Active member since the beginning of the 90s.

But what is the demoscene?

"The demoscene is an international computer art subculture that specializes in producing demos: small, self-contained computer programs that produce audio-visual presentations. The main goal of a demo is to show off programming, artistic, and musical skills." --> wikipedia

I started as a mail-trader (swapper) and musician on the Commodore Amiga. Find some demoscene-party impressions below...

Demoscene Party-Videos:

Some of my Demoscene-Releases:

Find my full demoscene-profile with links to the productions (intros/demos) on Demozoo:

RETRO-COMPUTING

Demoscene is also about vintage computer arts. I don't use my vintage hardware every day, but still have some good old friends in stock ;-)

DYNABLASTER

Retro-Computing without Dynablaster (a Bomberman-version on the Commodore Amiga) is just... well, not right. I am the undefeated record world champion in this e-sports discipline since 26 years. I didn't preserve photos from all world championships since 1991, but find a collection below.

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