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BenjaminPritchard/README.md

Hello, I am Ben. Thank you for visiting my GitHub page. I am the original author of the Kundalini Piano, the Van Gogh Flow Visualization Engine, the Mozart Transposition Engine, and am the primary author of Schemer, a lightweight and robust data encoding library for Go. I love to develop open source software and programming-education content, with a special love of Go and embedded systems. To see some of my work & projects, see my websites here or here. Or even better, if you really want to, head over to my Github sponsor page :)

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  1. ANSI C style code for the Kundalini Piano Mirror

    C

  2. Lightweight and flexible data encoding and decoding library

    Go 1

  3. VanGoghFlow Public

    Van Gogh Flow is a small program written for Windows 10-based computers which overlays the display with semi-transparent visualizations, which helps to increase creativity and insight.

    C#

  4. VanGoghFlow is a small program to overlay your display with beautiful translucent visuals, which can help lead to flow states and enhanced creativity.

    C 1

  5. Example usage of the Mozart Transposition Engine, used here to create transposed, symmetrically-inverted versions of the 15 Two Part Inventions by JS Bach

    LilyPond 1

  6. Kundalini Piano Mirror for creating a mirror image piano (Win32 version)

    C

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