XScape is a landscape painting by computer.
This is a painting in which a computer transfers a landscape depicting weather forecasts, radio sounds, etc. onto a canvas, and then adds detailed painterly expressions on top of it by human hands.
A program can always output the same result by passing data through the process. This property is called referential transparency in system development.
Because of its high maintainability, one goal of programmers in developing systems is to develop programs with high referential transparency.
However, XScape removes this referential transparency by adding human touch to the reproducible graphics generated by the program.
This is based on Kouta Kikuchi's Code2Frame. Therefore, by reading the QR code drawn on the canvas, you can view the actual operation and source code through a Web browser.