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Tempest for Eliza

Tempest for Eliza is a program that uses your computer monitor to send out AM short wave radio signals. You can then hear computer generated music in your radio. it teaches you that your computer can be observed. Tempest for Eliza works with every monitor, every resolution. you don't have to be root.

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  •  01 Dec 2001 19:00

    Release Notes: This release has MP3 playback, so the music no longer sounds like a cell phone.

    •  14 Aug 2001 11:43

      Release Notes: The program now runs on fullscreen. Added a new song.

      •  17 Feb 2001 09:27

        Release Notes: This release now uses SDL instead of GGI.

        •  25 Aug 1999 11:10

          Release Notes: Initial release.

          Recent comments

          01 Dec 2001 16:51 domseichter

          Really Cool!
          This project is really fun! But it is also very
          interesting to see, how secure computers
          are.

          A nice feature for future versions, that one good
          quit the application during playing and not only
          after playing.


          Dom

          17 Feb 2001 15:34 boost

          Interesting and fun
          This is one really cool piece of software that shows how easy it is to tap into what is seen on the screen. And also the fact that one can play music with the computer w/o a soundcard.

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