I created an image chat application that can be fully used or seen only by machines. Or you need to be fluent in Base64 to see who you are connected to. Every three seconds an image from the chat participants is displayed and sent around via sockets - it is kept in the original data format for image encoding on the web, Base64 and shown in a very small font. The focus of the eye shifts on the code as an entity and creates rhythmically restructuring patterns. The user-id is displayed along on top with each received image.
To make it work I had to hide various elements on the page that are still transmitting data via the sockets. It works as well on mobile. Just in case you are in need of some calming Base64 visuals on the go.