Tag Archive: video

Christmas Card 13! Beyond declare Santa dead using science

Design Studio, Beyond, have taken a slightly unusual approach to Christmas cards this year – and by “unusual” I mean that they have used science and maths to declare Santa dead in their… Continue reading

Octopus Monday: Pulsing musical chromatophores

Not strictly an octopus BUT it is a cephalopod so at least we’re in the right ballpark when it comes to class, if not order. What you can see is a video recording… Continue reading

Vincent van Gogh – Starry Night (interactive animation)

Petros Vrellis has attempted to visualise the flow of Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh (one of the most famous and loved paintings in the world) using openFrameworks. You can’t interact with the… Continue reading

Björk: Crystalline video

Björk, I don’t think I will EVER understand your music but I do like the video you (and Michel Gondry) have done for Crystalline. From around the 30 second mark I turned the… Continue reading

We are all connected – WWF

Mato Atom – one of the directors at Troublemakers.tv – has created this beautifully crafted commercial on behalf of the World Wildlife Fund. It’s one of those rare commercials that gives a clear… Continue reading

Octopus Monday: Octopus ballet

I’ve been moving house recently, hence the lack of posts. Normal service *should* resume soon. If not I’ll just have to rename this whole thing “Octoblog!”

The Kandinsky Effect

Wassily Kandinsky is one of the world’s most famous synesthetes as well as one of its most famous artists so it’s great to see Manu Mayre‘s interpretation of his work using sound and… Continue reading

What do popcorn, mosquitoes and firecrackers have in common?

This afternoon I was investigating the world of high speed videocameras after watching a clip of popcorn exploding in gloriously slow motion and found some pretty amazing things via Intellectual Ventures: Here’s the… Continue reading

Swirling hand vortex

Fans of things that move and look cool will probably like these animations from Emilio Gomariz. Link via Today and Tomorrow.

Temporal art from Lee Arnold

I was idly searching Vimeo this afternoon and came across a few lovely stop motion/timelapse videos by New York-based artist Lee Arnold. Hit play to watch them and let me know what you… Continue reading