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A collection of experimental computing systems.

A VM is a program that acts like a computer. It simulates a CPU along with a few other hardware components, allowing it to perform arithmetic, read and write to memory, and interact with I/O devices, just like a physical computer. Most importantly, it can understand a machine language which you can use to program it. To see examples of this in action, see Orca or Uxn.

 
Orca is a livecoding playground. picture
orca — Orca is a livecoding playground.
Uxn is a 8-bit virtual stack machine. picture
uxn — Uxn is a 8-bit virtual stack machine.
Noton is a livedrawing playground. picture
noton — Noton is a livedrawing playground.
Paradise is an interactive-fiction playground. picture
paradise — Paradise is an interactive-fiction playground.

incoming(1): tools

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