1. An object exploring entoptic phenomena.


    from William Fairbrother Added 195 1 0

    Humans have made been making marks long before the advent of the sophisticated, diverse, and culturally-specific languages that manifest themselves in various forms of writing and type populating…

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    • Dumbo Gets Mad - Radical Leap


      from Dumbo Gets Mad Added 4,014 42 1

      First single from the 2013 upcoming album Quantum Leap Free DL: http://soundcloud.com/bad-panda-records/dumbo-gets-mad-radical-leap http://www.dumbogetsmad.com http://www.facebook.com/DumboGetsMadMusic…

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      • Illuminated FIBER-OPTIC Waterpipe NEW! From SparkBOTTLE™


        from SparkBOTTLE™ Added 84 0 0

        ** Visit: sparkbottle.net. NEW! Fiber-optic illuminated waterpipe; Entoptic™ from SparkBOTTLE! Now available at www.sparkbottle.net. This all-glass and electronic waterpipe combines never-before-seen…

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        • EyeWant ending - Entoptic Phenomenon


          from Thom Smeets Added 143 0 0

          For a conceptual game design ending I tried to come as close as possible to the entoptic phenomenon of the visual experience one sees when closing his eyes. One of my early AE try-outs, learning…

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          • PHOSPHENES


            from Aaron F. Ross Added 317 1 0

            Phosphenes, © 2010 by Aaron F. Ross and Anna Geyer. Hypnagogic visual phenomena inspire a seven-minute odyssey of flowing abstract visual music. Anna Geyer manipulates analog film with traditional…

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            • Bubbles


              from Tex Added 177 0 0

              Some call them floaters, some call them bubbles, but they're in your eyes, so you can't help but watch on a clear day. Some people don't see them, but most people who wear glasses…

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              • Floaters


                from David OReilly Added

                A video for Illustrative Zurich Exhibition. More information about Floaters / Muscae Volitantes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floater www.davidoreilly.com

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