1. Music video for Interpol.

    Visual programming by Aaron Koblin
    Dynamics programming by Aaron Meyers
    Directed by James Frost / Blip Boutique
    Editing and post effects by Roger Scott

    # vimeo.com/2320742 Uploaded 73K Plays 29 Comments
  2. Sunflower by VS*.
    Presented on big screen at Main Demoparty 2008

    An effect that made a video that made a little demo.
    To a special person in my life.

    music is parks, from four tet.
    programming by v*

    http://www.pixelnerve.com/v/2008/10/20/sunflower/

    # vimeo.com/2016712 Uploaded
  3. GoodMorning! is a Twitter visualization tool which shows about 11,000 tweets collected over a 24 hour period between August 20th and 21st. The tweets were harvested to find people saying 'good morning' in English as well as several other languages.

    The tweets appear as blocks and are colour-coded. Green tweets are early in the morning, orange tweets are at about 9am, and red tweets are later in the morning. Black tweets are 'out-of-time' messages (sent at times that aren't in the morning at that location).

    Built in Processing (processing.org) using Twitter4J, and a home-brewed client for MetaCarta's geo-parsing APIs.

    For more information, visit my blog - blog.blprnt.com

    # vimeo.com/6239027 Uploaded 148K Plays 16 Comments
  4. My film for Peter Gabriel, using his music 'The Nest That Sailed The Sky'. A generative animation piece created entirely with programming and mathematics in a meditative journey through the cycles of life.

    Winner at Prix Ars Electronica
    glennmarshall.wordpress.com/2009/05/27/the-nest-that-sailed-the-sky-winner-at-prix-ars-electronica/

    The same animation system is now available as 'Zio' - an interactive iPhone app I have programmed- itunes.com/apps/zio

    More on my blog-
    glennmarshall.wordpress.com/2009/02/17/the-nest-that-sailed-the-sky-2nd-version-finished/

    butterfly.ie

    # vimeo.com/3245120 Uploaded 36.1K Plays 32 Comments
  5. a sound driven physics system.
    spheres are attracted and repelled, pushed and pulled through various forces determined by sound analysis.

    Created in c++/openframeworks. This uses the Bullet physics library for collision and body dynamics.

    Audio is Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto - Moon

    # vimeo.com/3550384 Uploaded 6,018 Plays 12 Comments

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