The Nintendo PowerGlove never really gained much traction, especially not in Europe so I never had the chance to play with it myself.
But one thing is for sure, Nintendo was way ahead for its time!
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This video is extremely visually clever, beautiful, trippy but also deeply disturbing.
“It is about a girl, a bad one, who’s too sexy for human beings,” says wunderkind French producer Juan de Guillebon, AKA Dye, of his latest music video for, “She’s Bad,” a track featuring the vocal stylings of west-coast rap legend Egyptian Lover. The short sees temptress Aude Auffret saunter round a tiki bar setting, her face replaced with library footage cuttings of wildlife and fizzing volcanic springs, Altered States-style. “We were looking at John Stezaker’s layered, peel-away collages, and referenced a book of tattoos and how they sit on the body,” say filmmaking duo Jean-Philippe Chartrand and Benjamin Mege, who have created color-splashed animated works for Modeselektor and compatriot beat-freak Sebastian under their moniker Dent de Cuir. The last video made for Dye—Jérémie Périn’s extremely NSFW sex-and-gore cartoon short for the 2011 release “Fantasy”—has racked up over 48-million hits on YouTube so far. “It was a difficult thing to follow up,” says Guillebon. “I hope this one’s crazy enough for people.”
Take a look at this awesome experiment/commercial!
Check out this great 3D Experimental short by https://twitter.com/simonfarussell
Not only is there is some really cool audiovisual animation but there is even a video of him performing it live.
I always enjoy these visual trips, especially when they are beautiful like this one: Volans by Murat Sayginer.
I just saw this new commercial for Lacoste that is pretty cool. But did you also see the original videoclip?
Recently our client AIR Amsterdam asked us to do more with audio reactive abstract stuff for their event FORMAT.
We happily cooked up our own app in TouchDesigner for the very first time.
But I could not have done it without all the crazy information on forums and the research and inspiration done before hand.
That is where I also stumbled upon this cool audioreactive fractal animation by Trypta.
Not exactly new, but definitely worth sharing!