FXHASH




Project #538 — iteration #28Minted on January 8, 2022 at 11:00

It’s mind-bending how just a very simple mathematical operation such as applying a binary operator to the coordinates on a bitmap can generate such a huge collection of unique and extraordinary images.

In “binary landscapes” with just a few lines of code we use three different binary operators to the coordinates (or,xor,and) for instance (x or y) and then divide it to another number and getting the remainder. The result is used to paint a color for this exact pixel.

The result is a huge collection of pseudo-fractal images which evoke impossible landscapes, crowded cities, glitchy psychedelic with vivid colors or just beautiful patterns. All of them are deterministic given its initial parameters.


Royalties10.0%(1)Rarity31% (lower is rarer)Operation hashooMx57Vw2SXZdaihz4PcBqArrxgZpAa2djXoVCn7yMdfGUQBWK6 Metadataview on IPFS

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Features


Backgroundblack
57.9%
Polarity0
47.4%
Threshold118
5.3%
a139
5.3%
Operatorxor
63.2%
IsBlackAndWhitefalse
78.9%
ColorMaskR42
5.3%
ColorMaskG240
10.5%
ColorMaskB74
5.3%

Features


Backgroundblack
57.9%
Polarity0
47.4%
Threshold118
5.3%
a139
5.3%
Operatorxor
63.2%
IsBlackAndWhitefalse
78.9%
ColorMaskR42
5.3%
ColorMaskG240
10.5%
ColorMaskB74
5.3%


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