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Awesome recursive drawing in the browser:

recursivedrawing.com

Preempting Amon Tobin’s arrival in Sydney soon. (and my second exposure to this massive audio visual experience!)

“the RGB elements dissolved to form new, translated images and, thus, a transformed reality”

fragments of RGB – 02 from onformative on Vimeo.

from: onformative.com/work/fragments-of-rgb/

Snake the Planet! from MPU on Vimeo.

As Nosaj Thing reminded, 10 years ago:

[kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/AyJfHU4GoOQ" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /]

HEAD ON from lior ben horin on Vimeo.

Donkey Kong

SFW Porn

http://timdir.com/tgp/games/pages/sfw_porn.html

4th @ The Gathering 2011.

I’ve featured a few pieces of Subblue’s work over the years… now after patiently waiting, his fractal explorer in WebGL has just been released… with full mandelbulb etc 3d fractal exploration on the fly, right in your browser.

Be warned, this is some heavy processing, so close all your work documents, fire up your best browser: no IE bollocks, you’ll need a WebGL enabled browser like Firefox or Chrome latest or nightly builds.

fractal.io/

In a way, this reminds me very much of what Rauri does, except with wood, metal and strings.

Great 4kb Demo… video capture of it anyway.

It’s only February but here’s a good chance for short movie of the year:


insanity prevails.

Augmented Reality… racing around real objects with unreal cars on your living room floor.

Revolution of our planets


You can set dates, speed up time and even flip it from Copernican to Tychonian (yeah, I knew those).

From Dynamic Diagrams – Orrery Movie