Making Art with Haskell

The artwork we use as header images is art we generate with Haskell. This section of the museum houses a collection of articles highlighting the libraries we’ve used, from packages that generate an image of a specific fractal set to the general Haskell libraries that are useful for building visualizations, such as JuicyPixels or the bindings to OpenGL and similar projects.

The art exhibits

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