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Generative glitch-style image processing in VVVV.

Love the graphical look of this video processing by notintricate
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Learn “3D” Projection Mapping, From the Start, with VVVV

Elliot Woods of Kimchee and Chips is one of the leading practitioners of the projection-mapping arts. He also gives away a lot of his tools (See GitHub link at the CDM-site). And now he’s giving away some of his knowledge, not only for projection mapping, but what he calls “3D projection mapping.”

Elliot is not only doing a workshop, but has assembled a detailed, step-by-step walkthrough of the technique using free tools and the superb visual environment VVVV.

Check out the video for an introduction. Find out plenty more at: http://createdigitalmotion.com/2012/06/learn-3d-projection-mapping-from-the-start-with-vvvv-video/#more-9272
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Dissolve Miku Slowly In Waveform by Masato TSUTSUI
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The Just About Now Clock by Maarten Baas. It is comprised of a unique hourglass creation that is attached to a brass gong. When the sand has filled the cup, which approximately takes an hour, the gong sounds off via a mechanized mallet. 
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