1. The Node

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    from Murat Pak / Added

    Shortlisted on Vimeo Festival Awards 2012. "..just because quantum physics said so." "The Node" is a project of time-image represented as pixels, which is connected to its reinterpretations done by various frequency artists. "The Node" should be considered as a virtual installation including a collection of recurrences. Each audial redesign of "The Node" will be made by the pure minds in the list below. A notification will be made when each version goes online. Facebook | http://facebook.com/​undreamers Twitter | http://twitter.com/​muratpak Behance | http://www.behance.net/gallery/The-Node/1349343 Reality Zero: Original Version (music by Philip Glass) Reality One: David Kamp | http://www.vimeo.com/23714496 Reality Two: Box of Toys Audio | http://www.vimeo.com/23715447 Reality Three: Audionerve | http://www.vimeo.com/23731901 Reality Four: Nikolai von Sallwitz | http://vimeo.com/23855338 Reality Five: Antfood | http://vimeo.com/23940367 Reality Six: Jeff Dodson | http://www.vimeo.com/24435825 Reality Seven: Echolab | http://www.vimeo.com/24467344 Reality Eight: SlashThree | http://vimeo.com/27424411 Reality Nine: Volume.ms | http://vimeo.com/27499930 Antfood | http://www.antfood.com Audionerve | http://audionerve.de Box of Toys Audio | http://www.boxoftoysaudio.com Calvin Markus | http://www.calvinmarkus.com Combustion | http://combustion.ws Cypheraudio | http://www.cypheraudio.com David Della Santa | http://www.volume.ms David Kamp | http://www.davidkamp.de Drasko V & Trifonic | http://www.drasticmusic.com | http://www.trifonic.com Ece Pak | http://www.ecepakiscrazy.com Echolab | http://www.echolab.tv Jeff Dodson | http://www.runsilent.org Mutant Jukebox | http://www.mutantjukebox.co.uk Nikolai von Sallwitz aka Taprikk Sweezee | http://www.vonsallwitz.com Studio-Takt | http://www.studio-takt.com Wiener Music | http://music.wiener.us

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    • Digital Art: a poetic vision | Toporek

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      from Sergio Toporek / Added

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      This video is a presentation of the subjects that inform and inspire my personal work. It is an eclectic collection that includes poetry, mysticism, mathematics, music, theology, quantum physics, sacred geometry, philosophy and visual arts. In my body of work, each piece has served as a learning experience; an opportunity to discover new aspects of my own reality. They were not created to make any specific statements or assert any truths. Instead, I started every piece with the hope that an unexpected grain of truth would reveal itself to me. The value of my work can be attributed to this intangible process of exploration and its resulting ephemeral glimpses into the mysterious.

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      • Living the Dream Teaser

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        from Resound Productions / Added

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        Teaser for Living the Dream, an independent feature currently entering post production.

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        • Canon 5D Mark III vs. Panasonic GH2 (Quantum X)

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          from Gary Huff / Added

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          A real quick comparison between the 5D Mark III and the GH2 (Quantum X Orion v4d). The ISO was 320 (with care to avoid the ISO bug on the GH2) and shutter was 1/60. The 5D was set to shoot in Intra. Both cameras used the Canon 35mm f/1.4L lens wide open.

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          • green bird | gh2 hack | Lowlight | 2x Zoom

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            Visit www.campcomet.com -- A blog for filmmakers who happen to like tech. This might be one of the final little tests I do before I get back to what I'm supposed to be up to: writing! Technicals: GH2 + hack (Quantum V2) 30mb/s Sandisk Cards (14 minutes to each card) Film Mode: Smooth -2 -2 -1 -2 ISOs: 400 and 800 Modes: Full, ETC, 2x Zoom Lenses: Zeiss S16 Supespeed 8/T1.3 and 10-100/2 (www.hotrodcameras.com PL mount) ***Check the lower left hand corner, it indicates when the image is ETC, Full, or 2x Zoom. The interesting discovery for me was that 2x Zoom mode isn't all that bad for internet video. It reminds me of Nikon D90 footage at worse, or HVX200/HPX170 footage. Not all the resolution in the world but it works. ETC mode continues to impress, sharp as heck and plays so well with the S16 Zooms. However, even with the portholing of the Full Frame mode I can tell that the cleanliness and resolution are tops with ETC mode OFF. That means I need to go and find some zooms before Xmas break to play with. So many options in one tiny little package. *** The Black Circle is called PORTHOLING: the S16 lenses do not cover the entire sensor, so when you use it without ETC mode (2.4x Sensor mode) or 2x Digital Zoom (Digital Zoom on Sensor) you'll see this. It's kinda neat, I think. Specialty shots. I did shoot either 400 or 800 ISO, most of this is 400 ISO and a shutter of 1/40, and there's one shot of 1/30 shutter that I bet you can't pick out to save your life! Muaha. As usual, 5DtoRGB and a Quick Grade in FCP. Magic Bullet Denoiser to reduce chroma noise only, there was no chroma smoothing, noise reduction, etc. I'm literally converting chroma noise to colorless noise or Luma noise which suits my tastes better. GH2 is the cam that keeps on giving... I can't wait to give some full frame coverage love.

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            • THE TRUTH - GH2 original vs Quantum v9b

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              from pilpop / Added

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              Same lense, same time - side by side comparison picture profil: smooth all settings: -2 no effects / sony vegas pro. original file size: 135,12 MB quantum v9b file size: 844,56 MB lense: 2x Nokton 25mm f0.95 http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?287392-GH2-hack-a-placebo http://www.eoshd.com/comments/topic/955-comparison-between-unhacked-gh2-and-quantum-v9b/ german forum: http://forum.slashcam.de/re-gh2-hack-wirrwarr-vp579855.html?highlight=#579855 Made in Berlin / Germany

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              • Patterns of Harmony

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                from Gaspar Battha / Added

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                Patterns of Harmony is a mirrored projection mapping installation inspired by quantum physics and a research to find the origin of geometry. It focuses on all of nature's weird beauty, takes concepts from far beyond the perceptivity of the human mind and attempts to translate them into a unified, spatial form. The physical object is a fractal of cubes, though it does not contain any physical cubes, only reflections and projections of it. It is built by applying a combination of rear-projection and two-way mirror foils on acrylic glass, and the final effect is achieved by mapping and projecting animated graphics on the back of the installation. Thereby the light gets “trapped inside” the object, breaks on it’s physical structure and create the illusion of other shapes, eventually letting our minds take care of the construction of the visible geometry. more: bit.ly/10vglS4 // 
Master-project, UdK Berlin , 2014
 Consultant: Prof. Joachim Sauter (http://joachimsauter.com)

 Music: Andras Toth (http://soundcloud.com/andrastothonpiano) 

Camera: I AM JOHANNES (http://iamjohannes.com)


 With the great help of: 
Bori Csontos

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                • Anamorphic Test 2 (GH2, Bolex Moller Anamorphot 8/19/1.5x, Canon FD 35mm)

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                  from J.R. Dise / Added

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                  Another anamorphic test on yet another freezing cold day in Buffalo. Camera: Panasonic Lumix GH2 Settings: Smooth (-2,-2,-2,-2) Hack: Driftwood's Quantum 100 v3 Lens: Canon 35mm f2.0 SSC Anamorphic: Bolex Moller Anamorphot 8/19/1.5x Aspect Ratio: 2.67:1

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                  • release - a GH2 Anamorphic Short Film

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                    from J.R. Dise / Added

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                    Camera: Panasonic GH2 Hack: Driftwood's Quantum X (v4d Orion) 'Dark Matter' Lens: Olympus F. Zuiko 38mm Pen F, Canon FD 85mm Anamorphic: Bolex Moller Anamorphot 8/19/1.5x A friend of ours was in Buffalo for a weekend and we were able to find an evening the shoot a short little piece with her. It gave me a chance to use my bolex moller anamorphic lens, which I absolutely love.

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                    • A day at the farm

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                      from James Burke / Added

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                      Basically just went out with camera and shot. Nothing planned. Smooth -2 Lenses: Tokina 11-16mm 2.8 Zeiss ZF 50mm 1.4 Singh-Ray Vari-N-Duo Vari-ND and Circular polarizer in One ps: I use rgrain for grain, but compression just kills the grain so that is the weird stuff you see in the sky, looks much better in original! Here are some color grading before and afters http://personal-view.com/talks/uploads/FileUpload/77/ac32f2bc6a53f69e5794269b478d6f.png http://personal-view.com/talks/uploads/FileUpload/c4/61e01697926d71e33da0ab2a46720e.png http://personal-view.com/talks/uploads/FileUpload/1c/bac8b6d5a4a4374f5f81f8712c4572.png http://personal-view.com/talks/uploads/FileUpload/0a/908b2417c447ab240c8f03bf94c5d6.png

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