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Exclusive visual pack release from Dubassy on VJLoops.com featuring a beautiful woman with custom designed candy skull Mexican Day of the Dead face make up.

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Max Cooper & Tom Hodge – Symmetry from Kevin McGloughlin on Vimeo.

Max Cooper

Symmetry is one of the most fundamental principles of nature, and also forms the basis of music. So this music video is an important early chapter in the Emergence audio-visual project, which starts with visualisations of the basic building blocks of nature, setting the stage for the physical universe to come into being, and later planets, life, civilisation, and technology (the whole story and project is explained at: emergence.maxcooper.net).

Symmetry is the idea that one aspect of a system can change while another remains constant. The idea of natural laws themselves, rely on the forms of symmetry that mean the same forces will apply to you as they do to me, independently of our position in space or time. And scientists searches for natures symmetries lie at the heart of much of our best models of reality (see Noether’s Theorem or more recent uses of symmetries in things like the ‘amplituhedron’!).

The principle is also responsible for music, in that our enjoyment of tonality, melody, harmony and rhythm comes from our subconscious appreciation of different types of patterns (i.e. symmetries) in sound waves.

The idea of Symmetry was explored in the video by Kevin McGloughlin, using simple symmetrical forms (primarily the circle), and symmetrical operations applied to them – rotations, translations and reflections. The animation demonstrates the beauty of this simple concept when applied in an iterative journey towards ever increasing complexity, both visually and musically.

The audio track originally came from preparations for a live piano and electronics show with Tom Hodge. I had some chords and glitches we were playing with in combination with a simple piano motif. We decided to try some live Fender Rhodes with it during practice and it all came to life.

Luckily we recorded the whole session so I had a load of stock content to play with when it came to turning the project into the album intro. My reasoning was that the intro should be about symmetry because of it’s basic role in nature, and the development and form of the track, going so glitchy from a simple melodic motif starting point, should work with applications of ever more complex symmetrical manipulation – emergence from symmetry, just as Kevin delivered.

Amazingly, Kevin didn’t use automated sync points from the stems of the audio project – or to put it another way, Kevin painstakingly set up all of those edits by hand, hats off to him for his perseverance on that!

Thanks for having a read, watch and a listen! – max
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When I first heard Symmetry I was blown away by its impact and it really struck a chord with me… On hearing the concept for the track, this feeling was empowered tenfold. After much discussion with Max, we arrived at a conclusive concept for the visual.

I represented conservation laws by the use of a simple circle repetition. This circle form took on many new characteristics and evolved in complexity throughout the course of it’s journey, though every new form is an evolution / adaptation of the initial circle. I used a variety of techniques in an attempt to convey the idea of this ever evolving complexity within symmetry.

Starting with minimal moire patterns, moving into 3d depth and finally ending up with massive distortions and adaptations using a technique I developed ‘Digi-Cut’, displaying various moments in time offset by tiny fractions. This was an effort to demonstrate pre-universe ideas and the introduction of organic matter in relation to symmetry.

It was an absolute honour to work on this project with Max, in particular on ‘Symmetry’, which is my personal favourite piece on Emergence.

Kevin McGloughlin

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REACTION from dfmn on Vimeo.

VISUALS: DFMN
AUDIO: CYPHERAUDIO

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Posted on 02.22.17

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Artificially Awake is the brand name for VJ content produced by Kaine Van Riel. A Visual Effects artist and event production designer based in London, England.

Over the years Artificially Awake’s visuals have gained great weight and notoriety within the music scene for being some of the most impactful and synchronous visuals on the market.

Originally educated in computer generated imagery for film, Kaine swiftly made his mark on the industry by transitioning into the world of musical visualization. Developing a new and yet unseen way of manipulating an audience’s perception of video.

He accomplished this by producing mind bending illusionary 3D animations into a format which could be perceived as being the correct perspective from any given angle. Thereby fulfilling the illusion of being within a digital environment imagined by the artist himself.

This notion propelled artificially awake to become a leader in illusionary content creation for festivals, stage performances, commercial applications, alongside the notorious Ibiza music scene where it all began!

Since founding Artificially Awake, Kaine has worked independently as well as among teams of talented production companies on what can only be described as one of the most impressive resume’s seen to date.

Follow his journey at www.artificiallyawake.co.uk

Check out his portfolio with 300+ high quality clips.

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Doing a video overview of a template that I have created and will be releasing as a free download once my Unique Sequence Facebook page hits 300 likes. Enjoy !!

Free Download for Unique Sequence supporters. Thank you !!!

Directions for download:

Step 1: Head over to https://www.facebook.com/Unique.Seque… and click that like button. Thanks for the support !!!!

Step 2: Send Unique Sequence a message with your email address.

Step 3: Click on email with download link, select what you want to download and where you want it downloaded to and that’s it. Pretty easy and cost effective eh ? Just my way of saying thank you to those that matter.

Just so it’s 100% clear, all that we ask is for a like click and a message with your email address for the free download. You will not be spammed, asked to complete surveys for the download, nothing like that at all. I don’t want anyone to get the impression that we are being misleading. Our apologies if anyone felt that way as it was not our intention. If you have any question or concerns please reach out to us and let us know. Thanks again for all the support !!

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Nobody Beats the Drum – Grindin' from Rogier van der Zwaag on Vimeo.

This stop-motion film is based around an intensely choreographed sequence of 4085 photographs of wooden blocks reacting, or dancing perhaps, in sync with the music.
Made for my own collective, Nobody Beats the Drum

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Published on Nov 17, 2016

seeing so much egocentric thinking these days i wanted to create a visual spark to promote the power of a more inclusive position
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song: Doves by We Are All Astronauts

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Posted on 02.03.17

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“When Gianfranco Ianuzzi, the Creator and Artistic Director of the immersion told me, “Never lose a pixel!”, I knew that we had to preserve as many pixels as possible, some parts of the video content are 17000 x 1920 pixels and we were heavily relying on the lens shift feature since the projectors were to be mounted at very steep angles to achieve the maximum projection area.”
Devon Miles, Immersive Video Art, Kunstkraftwerk, Leipzig.

Visit here for more information regarding this ambitious project with VJLoops.com artist Devon Miles.

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This movie vividly portrays the traditional, modern and natural attractions of Tokyo, Kyoto and other locations throughout Japan from a unique perspective.
Website : http://visitjapan-europe.jnto.go.jp/

Visit our website for an interactive version of this movie with links to information about Japan, testimonials by foreign visitors, and other content that conveys the allure of Japan.

Note: The movie is only interactive when viewed at our website from a PC.

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PARADISE – A contemporary interpretation of The Garden of Earthly Delights from STUDIO SMACK on Vimeo.

We created a new and animated interpretation of ‘The Garden Of Earthly Delights’ by Hieronymus Bosch (tinyurl.com/zf6u9nu). We were chosen to go crazy on the middle panel. So we did… in 4K!!!
Go check out the result in the MOTI museum. It’s HUGE and AWESOME! You have until the end of 2016. So hurry!
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Official Press Release:
PARADISE, a contemporary interpretation of The Garden of Earthly Delights
Studio Smack, best known for their music video Witch Doctor by De Staat, have released a new animation: a contemporary interpretation of one of the most famous paintings by the Early Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights.
In their latest work, the group cleared the original landscape of the middle panel of Bosch’s painting and reconstructed it into a hallucinatory 4K animation. The creatures that populate this indoor playground embody the excesses and desires of 21st century Western civilization. Consumerism, selfishness, escapism, the lure of eroticism, vanity and decadence. All characters are metaphors for our society where loners swarm their digital dream world. They are symbolic reflections of egos and an imagination of people as they see themselves – unlike Bosch’s version, where all individuals more or less look the same. From a horny Hello Kitty to a coke hunting penis snake. From an incarnate spybot to headless fried chickens.
These characters, once precisely painted dream figures, are now digitally created 3D models. All of them have been given their own animation loop to wander through the landscape. By placing them altogether in this synthetic fresco, the picture is never the same. What the animation and Bosch’s triptych have in common is that you’ll hardly be able to take it all in, you can watch it for hours.
‘Paradise’ was commissioned by the MOTI Museum in The Netherlands for the exhibition New Delights, which is part of the Hieronymus Bosch 500-year anniversary. A gigantic video installation of this work is exhibited in the Museum until the 31st of December.