Psychedelic Soda

  1. This one is about two years old now, but somehow i forgot to upload the video. Realtime visualization of Prayer by Burial with one of my Rasterdecks - a grid ceiling element with four fluorescent tubes.

    On March 24th 2011 i re-uploaded a new version of the video. Looks much better now.

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  2. A Visual Journey for Entheogenic - Ground Luminosity (Ott's New Yoghurt Loom mix)
    Footages from :
    Light Of Life
    Water and Color

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  3. Last night I was inspired by the idea of creating moire patterns so I went into after effects and created as many moire patterns as I could think of. This video is the result.

    All of the patterns were either created with concentric circles or with parallel lines.

    This was my creative thing of the day for my creative thing-a-day blog at:

    The music in it is from a modular synth patch from Day 199


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  4. PoiVision DiVision spinning fire and magick at beautiful Terrapin Hill Farm in Harrodsburg, KY during Harvest Festival 2010. Daevid Hargis makes his directorial debut in this Fibro Twins production, set to the trance-inducing psychedelic music of Gong.

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    Superflow, an audio-visual journey into the world of digital harmony, is a 100-page Bachelor Thesis with 12 accompanying computer animations completed in July 2010 by Ian Clemmer .
    The thesis introduces the discovery of the Superflow algorithm and describes the modified mathematical formula Polarflow. Quantumflow emerges while programming and developing these two concepts into a node-based particle system plugin. Inspired by John and James White to find harmony in visual art, Ian further analyzes the relationship of musical theory applied to the visual arts.

    Superflow is a simple algorithm he discovered in 2009, simply by setting up a parent-child hierachy and moving the pivot points of all objects to one source. Further rotating the objects changes their positions in a unique way, each child rotating twice as fast around as its parent. The initial shape and the rotation angle of all objects then allows an infinite variety of shapes, structures and movements to emerge.

    With the help of Martin Stebbing and Oleg Bayborodin, Superflow was then developed into a 3ds Max particle system. Ian’s initial idea was to combine the vast possibilities of Superflow with the shape generating potential of the Superformula (a mathematical formula discovered by Johan Gielis and Bert Berinckx, based on the theorem of pythagoras). Quantumflow was born.

    While developing the node based operators (with the 3ds Max Box#3 Extension), Ian modified and further developed the Superformula, essentially creating a new mathematical formula that he calls Polarflow. By using initial shapes generated from the Polarflow formula and combining them with multiple layers of the Superflow algorithm, Quantumflow explores the synergetic result of this newly created visual universe.

    What music is to sound is viusic to light. Harmony is not just audible, it is visible.
    Viusic is the music of visual art.

    Special Thanks to Martin Stebbing, without his help and support, Quantumflow would still only be a dream, to Johan Gielis, for helping me better understand the Superformula, polar and cartesian coordinate systems, and last but not least, to the programming Master Oleg Bayborodin, for helping my ideas of combining Superflow with the Superformula become particle reality. Quantumflow releases the potential I saw in this simple algorithm. Superflow has become much more than I ever dreamed of.

    More information here:
    Software Tutorial #001 - Superflow:
    Z-Depth, Viusic Piece #12, is the beginning journey into stereoscopic vision, and requires red-cyan glasses to view correctly.

    Quantumflow 3DS Max Particle System:
    Developed by Ian Clemmer
    Programmed by Oleg Bayborodin ( and Ian Clemmer
    Help & Support by Martin Stebbing
    Superflow and other Plugins & Scripts for the visual artist available at

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Psychedelic Soda


~The now self proclaimed, trippiest channel! ;)~ With the help of all the Vimeo'rs
A channel for all the quirky psychedelic videos and music!
All that you find here may contain any of the following:
Abstract visuals, spaced out & trippy visuals, druggy,…

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~The now self proclaimed, trippiest channel! ;)~ With the help of all the Vimeo'rs
A channel for all the quirky psychedelic videos and music!
All that you find here may contain any of the following:
Abstract visuals, spaced out & trippy visuals, druggy, trippy & psychedelic soundscapes, ambient soundscapes, anything non-abusive thats about drugs, and more of the likes.

The focus is to give a visually or auditorialy stimulating, 'good vibe' experience, so put those headphones on, turn down the lights, turn on fullscreen.
Moreover: "Turn on, tune in, drop out"

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