Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Sweet, Light Hearted Kites dance and thrill




A gorgeous aerial ballet of a train of six high performance precision kites, flying in tandem, spin, dance, radiate and thrill to the tune of Patrick Watson's scrumptious "Lighthouse".

Saturday, 19 May 2012

Hartverdrahtet, Insipidly Green Fractalverse Music Video



Intricate infinite complex layers of green crystalline fractal structures turn, swing and zoom  wilfully towards and away from our gaze as the melodious music takes us on an indefinite journey, always remaining doggedly green until detail merges into bright light, of Hartverdrahtet.

This intriguing and entertaining music video by Sérgio Bernardino won the PC 4kB intro competition at Revision 2012 for the latest example of the compact-coding tradition exercised within the demoscene. Hartverdrahtet roughly translates to hard wired is a three minute audio-visual trip into a procedural fractalverse, compressed into a minuscule piece of software.

Demoscene is a computer art subculture of world wide non-commercial network of creative PC coders more so referred to as sceners involved in the making of so called 'demos'. Demos are computer generated music clips that reveal how some particular kinds of graphic and sound effects can be achieved by using high-end computer hardware to its full potential.


Friday, 11 May 2012

Supple Slow Motion Skateboarding



A thoroughly entertaining experimental slow motion video of skateboarding from Charles Bergquist who has set himself the project of recording everyday experiences.



The video was encapsulated by a cool music track from Neon Indian with 'Heart Decay'. Be sure to check out more of Charles Bergquist's work.

Friday, 4 May 2012

'Black Hole Sun'


ah, yes that's the name of a song by Sound Garden, but it's also precisely how astrophysicist's describe the notion of a Black Hole.

Right on the edge of the 'event horizon' matter shrinks and hurtles possibly beyond the speed of light, towards the singularity, graphically seen in the image here.

Since you can't see black holes directly, how do we know they are there? ;The following documentary video tries to tell the story of black holes up to the first observation of one.

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