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  1. PUSH || PULL

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    from Reza / Liked

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    • OMOTE / REAL-TIME FACE TRACKING & PROJECTION MAPPING

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      from something wonderful / Liked

      5.4M Plays / / 99 Comments

      PROJECT OMOTE IS A COLLABORATION BETWEEN JAPANESE MEDIA ARTIST NOBUMICHI ASAI, MAKEUP ARTIST HIROTO KUWAHARA AND FRENCH DIGITAL IMAGE ENGINEER PAUL LACROIX. PROJECT MEMBERS NOBUMICHI ASAI (PRODUCER…

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      • Webcam Experiment #1

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        from Ben Van Citters / Liked

        995 Plays / / 1 Comment

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        • looper

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          from Ben Van Citters / Liked

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          This is a demonstration of a video filter I made with processing (processing.org) that can be used in real-time.

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          • Pungis V

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            from Ben Van Citters / Liked

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            float r = ((pixels[i] >> 16) & 0xff)*pi55; float g = ((pixels[i] >> 8) & 0xff)*pi55; float b = (pixels[i] & 0xff)*pi55; float amt = 5.5f; y = (int)(y…

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            • Skateboard test with Kinect v1 from August 26 2012

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              from Ben Van Citters / Liked

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              Please drop me a line if you would like to try and make a skate video using this technique. One of my first successes with recording Kinect v1 data in Processing 1.5.1. Recorded outdoors in Seattle,…

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              • Soundloom

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                from numbercult / Liked

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                A ‘sound-loom’ which generates sound and its corresponding notation simultaneously and in real-time. The composition is generative, but the operator can input change at certain points…

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                • Surface Subdivision

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                  from Ben Van Citters / Liked

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                  Processing 2.1 generated video inspired by the surface subdivision work of Michael Hansmeyer - www.michael-hansmeyer.com/ ‎. The sketch I created creates a quad, recursively subdivides it following…

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                  • slitscan headspin

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                    from Justin Lincoln / Liked

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                    A bit of a video art cliche by now. The Vasulka's were masters of this in the 70's. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steina_and_Woody_Vasulka I am happy that I've got a MaxMSP/Jitter…

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                    • pulsat002

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                      from Frederik Vanhoutte / Liked

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                      Processing 2 and HE_Mesh 2014. Just playing around with on-mesh paths...

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                      • Timelapse with DIY Intervalometer

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                        from Darvinder Singh Kochhar / Liked

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                        After successfully creating the DIY Intervalometer I wanted to try it out. I checked online and found that the melting ice in a glass assignment is a good and a easy way to capture a Timelapse. This…

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                        • the beep-it-fan synth

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                          from papernoise / Liked

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                          I recently discovered the wonderful world of DIY electronics and circuit bending. This is one of my first attempts at modifying stuff. I used the Beep-it optical theremin by Michael Una and added…

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