1. Copy "Breakfast"

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    from Audio Dregs Recordings / Added

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    Official music video for Copy's song "Breakfast" from the album Hard Dream (Audio Dregs 2010). Directed by E*Rock (inspired by Larry Cuba's Calculated Movements). more info: www.audiodregs.com

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    • THE UNITS & LARRY CUBA - Warm Moving Bodies with Calculated Movements

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      This is a Mannekin Pis remix of the synthpunk pioneers, The Units, classic song "WARM MOVING BODIES", written by Scott Ryser in 1979, and later released in 1980 on The Units seminal album, DIGITAL STIMULATION. This remix was taken from the original 16 track master tapes of that record. Ryser also used a version of the song as the soundtrack for the 1980 "The Unit Training Film" that served as a backdrop for The Units live shows as well as being shown sans band around the SF Bay Area. The original film was recently acquired and restored by The Pacific Film Archive and has started to be shown again in small theaters throughout the country. Here's a short version of "The Unit Training Film 1": http://youtu.be/yKicJ1aQ7aM "The Units & Larry Cuba - Warm Moving Bodies with Calculated Movements" video is a re-edit of the award winning 1985, 16mm film "CALCULATED MOVEMENTS" by the pioneering computer animation artist Larry Cuba. Cuba also provided computer graphics for the original Star Wars movie in 1977. His animation of the Death Star is shown to pilots in the Rebel Alliance. You can see the "Making of the Computer Graphics for Star Wars (Episode IV) here: http://youtu.be/yMeSw00n3Ac Here's another scene from the original "Calculated Movements by Larry Cuba": http://youtu.be/wH0MXZ-T4Js The re-editing of the original "Calculated Movements" film, for the "Warm Moving Bodies With Calculated Movements" video, was done by Sascha Carbin, (aka Mannekin Pis). This version of The Units - Warm Moving Bodies is part of the 2011, 3CD box set called: "THE UNITS - CONNECTIONS" on the Opilec Music label. More on this release and Opilec Music at: http://www.myspace.com/opilecmusic For more info on Larry Cuba, check out: http://www.well.com/~cuba/ For more info on The Units, check out: http://www.myspace.com/warmmovingbodies and ​THE UNITS - CONNECTIONS on Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/5ukdlom For more information on Mannekin Pis (aka Sascha Carbin): http://www.myspace.com/mannekinpis

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      • Death Star Computer Graphics Re-creation

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        from Max McDougall / Added

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        A video of the Death Star 'Briefing' sequence originally created by Larry Cuba. This was made in a couple hours using Blender. This loop was played during a Star Wars party at the Karnak Gallery in downtown Minneapolis.

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        • PyR 2009 | iotaCenter Retrospective

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          from Punto y Raya Festival - dot&line / Added

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          Excerpts from the Retrospective "Larry Cuba and other classic's from the iotaCenter Collection", curated by the iotaCenter and introduced by Larry Cuba in person on November 5th 2009 at Arts Santa Mònica (Barcelona, Spain). All info at www.puntoyrayafestival.com

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          • Three Space v1.2

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            from Lewis Sykes / Added

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            A live audiovisual performance linking the melodies and sonic textures within a minimal techno soundscape directly to abstract visualisations inspired by experimental animators Larry Cuba and John Whitney Sr. This is documentation of a work that originally featured as part of a performance at Seeing Sound 3, Bath Spa University, UK, 24th November 2013. The set featured four, short, abstract audiovisual works created as part of Lewis Sykes’ Practice as Research PhD and recent collaborative practice with Ben Lycett - all of which attempt to show a deeper connection between what is heard and what is seen by making the audible visible. By looking for similar qualities to the vibrations that generate sound in the visual domain, they try to create an amalgam of the audio and visual where there is a more literal ‘harmony’. Lycett & Sykes built a real-time, music visualisation system - integrating the algorithms used by seminal experimental computer animators Larry Cuba and John Whitney Sr - in openFrameworks, the open source C++ toolkit for creative coding. This video is an edit of several live recordings made using the software. While it may lack the natural 'flow' of a live performance, it better demonstrates the overall capabilities of the system - which is still a little tricky to control. Development is ongoing and future iterations will address these issues.

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            • Three Space v1.1

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              from Lewis Sykes / Added

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              A live audiovisual performance linking the melodies and sonic textures within a minimal techno soundscape directly to abstract visualisations inspired by experimental animators Larry Cuba and John Whitney Sr. This work featured as part of a performance at Seeing Sound 3, Bath Spa University, UK, 24th November 2013. The set featured four, short, abstract audiovisual works created as part of Lewis Sykes’ Practice as Research PhD and recent collaborative practice with Ben Lycett - all of which attempt to show a deeper connection between what is heard and what is seen by making the audible visible. By looking for similar qualities to the vibrations that generate sound in the visual domain, they try to create an amalgam of the audio and visual where there is a more literal ‘harmony’.

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              • CGM - Episode 03 - WireFrame

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                Troisième épisode de CGM, émission consacrée aux origines de l'image de synthèse au cinéma, qui détaille les premiers effets spéciaux calculés par ordinateur pour le grand écran. Plutôt que d'évoquer un seul film, cet épisode passe cette fois à la loupe quatre long-métrages utilisant la même technique de rendu d'images de synthèse 3D, le wireframe, ou fil de fer en Français. Ces quatre films, sortis entre 1977 et 1981, sont d'ailleurs encore très connus de nos jours puisqu'il s'agit de : - Star Wars Episode IV : A New Hope / Un Nouvel Espoir (1977) - The Black Hole / Le Trou Noir (1979) - Alien : Le Huitième Passager (1979) - Escape From New York / New York 1997 (1981) L'épisode 4 sera quant à lui consacré à LOOKER, le premier film à simuler un corps humain entièrement généré en images de synthèse, sorti en 1981. Abonnez-vous à la chaîne ou suivez-moi sur : - Le Site : http://www.GorkabNitrix.com - Twitter : https://twitter.com/Gorkab - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/GorkabNitrix - Dailymotion : http://www.dailymotion.com/Gorkab - YouTube : http://www.youtube.com/Gorkab

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