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Twistmas Tree

Posted on Friday, December 25th, 2009 in idle by Ian

Marisa tipped us to another interactive Christmas tree that uses Twitter. Alpay Kasal’s Twistmas Tree uses Processing to scrape Twitter search results for keywords. Ornaments with holiday keywords blink when new search results are found.

A netbook running Processing with Twitter4J is used for performing searches of predetermined holiday words and generates a queue of ornament blinks.

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