Turn your video clip into tiles. Customize the size, # of rows and # of columns of your tiles. Then start scrolling them! I saw this effect at the 2020 MUTEK.SF virtual festival and wanted to recreate it...
Turn your video clip into a filmstrip!
Pixelsorting! It looks awesome! Pixelsort your art and turn it into GLITCH ART!
Want to show just a wedge of your image? Want to animate your videos with Pac-man reveals? You're literally clicks away from doing it.
To get the most out of this tutorial, you'll want some familiarity with OpenGL and C++. You don't need to be an expert, but you'll want to have some basic familiarity with concepts like vertex shaders, fragment shaders, and texture mapping.
Followed this tutorial to something trippy-lookin'. Basically, this is a wireframe with a short cone shape, inside a spherical mirror. The crossing lattices give that nice diamonds-resizing-and-morphing effect...O_O Took some advice on color theory (from watching this video) to maybe tone down the saturation and stop attacking people's eyes so hard. Don't always need to be so intense with bright & clashing colors! Made with Blender and touched up in After Effects.
Followed Blender Guru's tutorial to make this nice-lookin' donut!
The bed and rug are completely original. The top sheet is a plane folded on itself, with cloth simulation applied - I set up collision on the mattress below and let the cloth animate to lay flat & fold onto itself. That created the physical wrinkles...
Need to make some pretty kaleidoscope patterns? Maybe you need to create some weird clones? Maybe there's a specific region of your video that's so awesome, it needs to be multiplied?
Resolume's got a nice pixelating effect called LoRez. The only problem? It's made of squares, not HEXAGONS.
Project w/ Greg Robinson. LEDs and plywood. 11 patterns, customizable BPM.