A beautiful visualisation I found amongst Scene 360’s goods on Vimeo.
Mike Ambs’ jelly visualisation:
He took the footage at the Long Beach Aquarium, California. Fine thing!
There’s one Irish guy who creates stunning music visualisations. Well, actually he doesn’t. His program does.
Zuno is a music visualisation system written by Glenn Marshall in the Processing language.
Above the Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake Waltz, rendered through the Zeno music visualiser.
Below one of Glenn’s earlier projects called ‘Music is Math’:
“This is the HD and finished version of my video ‘Music Is Math’. I just let the program run till the end of the music, I felt reluctant to interfere too much by trying to sculpt an ending, and just let the code run its own natural course. Music by Boards of Canada…”
Impressive tings. more Marshalisms
There is another lad, San Francisco based Processing artist Robert Hodgin (aka flight404). Below one piece pulled from flight404’s massive portfolio. I love it for the mood and these birds thrown out of the middle of the scene on beats (and it seems I’m not alone).
I have never had enough time to start using Processing but it seems it can do much more than flash can do in terms of creative picture manipulation & animation, or at least it ‘processes’ it with higher fps rate. I’ll need to give it a closer look in the future.
And for an epilogue, another approach to music visualisation. Simple, yet extremely creative.
Can trash be art?
“This video is basically the contents of my internet browser cache, arranged by smallest size to largest, with Radiohead’s ‘Sit Down, Stand up’ as the music backing.” ~ Glen Marshall
Yes, it seems even the mess of your cache folder can become a piece of art. With a proper chune in background of course.
During my research for an interactive wall project I’ve come across this installation. It’s not interactive nor seems to be a live vj set but it’s a massive piece of motion art.
As per Januk Latushka this was a videoinstallation on the last floor of Federation Tower, the highest skyscraper in Moscow. The event was dedicated to the completion of the constuction.
More opening parties like this, please.